Feature Film: Kopy Kat, by Joe Leone

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A struggling but determined artist invents a forbidden new way to make cash, and is subsequently ostracized by the art community.

Katherine, known as Kat to her friends…and bill collectors, has had enough. Her beautiful impressionist-inspired landscapes, portraits and still life paintings just won’t sell. Anywhere. Having milked all of her art world connections into absolute dust, she is at a crossroads: go home to her parents with her pallet between her legs, or do something bold. When a friend jokingly suggests she should just make a copy of a piece of modern *art* selling for ten thousand dollars in a chic downtown gallery, Kat takes it to heart. She recreates this all white painting with a single word,”éclat,” written in one corner. Kat then sets up shop right outside the posh establishment on the night of a big showing there, with a large price tag on her…

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