A scene from Bestiaire

Denis Cote’s latest film Bestiaire opens at The Royal on Friday, December 7, 2012

Quebecois filmmaker Denis Côté’s  Bestiaire  is not your typical documentary film. Unconventional framing techniques and extended long shots set each scene for a  mysterious exchange between animals and humans, art and representation,  subject  and  voyeur.  Check out our review of   Bestiaire .

Part of the Official selection of Sundance and the Berlin Film Festivals,  Bestiaire  has earned critical acclaim. You should go see it because Denis Côté is one of Canada’s most intriguing, yet understated filmmakers.

Also, check it out if you’re really into taxidermy or if you suspect your dog watches you sleep and you want answers.

Bestiaire runs all week at The Royal, starting Friday, December 7, 2012.

[box class=”info”]What: Bestiaire , an observational documentary by Denis Cote

When: Opening Friday, December 7, 2012

Where: The Royal Theatre

More Info: For more information, check out The Royal’s website.

Bestiaire Trailer



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After entering a portal behind a filing cabinet, Lindsay found herself in the Toronto Film Scene. Reading her posts enables you to observe and sense everything she does for fifteen minutes before you are ejected into a ditch adjacent to the New Jersey turnpike. @sayzanatta

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