In order to raise much needed funds for breast cancer research; filmmakers Garnet Mae and Peter Furst have produced a remake (satirical parody) of the Quentin Tarantino film called Reservoir Dogs, and have renamed this Aussie film with an all female cast; and hence have named this charity based film called Reservoir Cats.
The original Reservoir Dogs was released in 1992, and was a cult hit on the theme of crime. Once Tarantino released his subsequent film, Pulp Fiction; this is when Reservoir Dogs became more than a modern success. Empire had named Reservoir Dogs the greatest independent film of all time.
The newly created parody to Reservoir Dogs, called Reservoir Cats will be screened only once at the Astor Theatre at St Kilda at 7pm on the 27th of December 2011. There will be an after party at the Revolver Upstairs at Chapel Street Prahran after this screening. Sydney based filmmaker Garnet Mae commented that neither him nor Peter will be making any money from this event, and from the Tarantino film re-make. All funds are going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
For those Melburnians who are unable to make this event and are still interested, and if this type of film genre is for you; you can contact the filmmakers directly to arrange to get a link of the film e-mailed to you in January in exchange for a donation of any amount to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The filmmakers aim is to donate $1 million towards this vital cause.