World Premiere Screening: Santa Barbara International Film Festival

“The Cat that Changed America” has been officially selected to have its world premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in February.

You can find out  the two screening times below and the full festival programme on the SBIFF website:

Friday February 10th in the Festival Pavilion behind the Lobero Theater, 33 E Canon Perdido Street, Santa Barbara at 11.00am, Reel Nature Filmmakers Seminar with Tony Lee and Alex Rapaport. FREE to the public


Friday February 10th in Fiesta Theater 2, 916 State Street, Santa Barbara at 4.20pm

Saturday February 11th in Fiesta Theater 1, 916 State Street, Santa Barbara  at 1.00pm

Followed by Q&A with Tony Lee, Alex Rapaport, Beth Pratt, Miguel Ordenana and Joel Schulman


Tickets can be bought via the festival website

Purr and Roar profile P22

P-22 the most famous mountain lion in the world is a both a celebrity and messenger. So far he has managed to: survive the deadly traffic of Los Angeles; stealthily navigate the cities massive urban sprawl taking up residence in an area that represents 3% of a normal size home range for a mountain lion; and, recover from a potentially life-threatening case of rodenticide poisoning. For the most part P-22 has overcome the odds, but his story is a cautionary tale with an important message – one that is explored in the upcoming documentary film The Cat that Changed America.

You can read the entire story here:

The Cat that Changed America