2011 – directed Lisa Duva – with Kara Elverson, Starsha Gill and Gavin Bailey
CELINE AND JULIE GO BOATING for the internet age, CAT SCRATCH FEVER is a tale of two best friends who become addicted to watching themselves online, in other dimensions. After a laptop mishap, BFFs Lisa and Ashley discover they can observe parallel universes online and quickly become consumed with stalking themselves. It’s the ultimate in reality TV: how can you sleep when you can watch yourself sleeping? As they sink deeper into their voyeuristic addiction, they begin to lose the ability to distinguish between their real and alternate lives.
Winner of the Audience Award and Best Editing at the Brooklyn Film Festival
73 minutes – presented in HD