NY based indie studio GKids is planning to release an English version of the Oscar-nominated film A Cat in Paris in select cities on Jun 1, 2012. The English-translated film will feature the voices of Angelica Huston, Matthew Modine, Steve Blum, and Marcia Gay Harden.
The Oscar-nominated A Cat in Paris is a 2D animated movie that tells the story of a Parisian cat named Dino, who is living a double life. By day, he is the pet of a little girl named Zoe, whose mother is a detective in the Parisian police force, but when night comes, Dino sneaks out the window in order to work with Nico – a cat burglar with a big heart. The cat’s two separate lives collide when young Zoe decides to follow Dino on his nighttime jaunts, only to fall into the hands of a gangster named Victor Costa, who is planning to steal a very rare statue. Now, Nico and Dino must team up in order to save Zeo from Costa and his gang of bumbling thieves.
A Cat in Paris will open on June 1 at New York’s Angelika Film Center and AMC Empire 25, at Landmark Nuart in Los Angeles, and at Landmark theaters in San Francisco, Berkeley and San Diego. The film will have a national roll out throughout June and July, with dates set for Chicago, Washington DC, Boston, Seattle, Denver, Atlanta, St. Louis and other major and secondary markets. For more details, you can visit the official site at www.catinparis.com