Our next Rialto Recommends takes you to Istanbul viewed through the eyes of its many street cats. KEDI is a cat fancier's dream, but this thoughtful, beautifully filmed look at Istanbul's street feline population offers absorbing viewing for filmgoers of any purr-suasion. The Boston Globe purred "Those who don't especially like cats - or Istanbul, for that matter - might not get a lot out of Turkish director Ceyda Torun's love letter to the feline population of her native city. For everyone else, it should be an almost unadulterated pleasure." Time Out exclaimed "We're down on the ground with these animals, whose day-to-day impulsiveness finds a sinuous expression in some of the most elegant camerawork to ever grace a nature doc." While the Los Angeles Times muses "By the time "Kedi" puts these animals through their paces, only one essential question remains unanswered: Will the dogs of the Dardanelles demand equal exposure? This could be a trend." KEDI is streaming on YouTube Premium and Kanopy or is available to rent for a modest fee from Amazon, Vudu, GooglePlay, Apple, YouTube and others HERE.