Bestiaire

Quebecois director Denis Cote’s Bestiaire takes its title from “bestiary,” a now-obsolete literary form popular in the Middle Ages that featured images or real or mythical animals accompanied by colorful descriptions -- that is, a sort of medieval picture book of fauna. In keeping with this theme, Cote shot all of the scenes in and around Quebec’s...read more

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Bestiaire - Official Trailer
01:28 — Fascinating and beguiling, Bestiaire is Denis Côté’s mesmerizing meditation on the relationship between man and beast.
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01:29 — Trailer for the documentary Bestiaire. Animals/People: Along the rhythm of the changing seasons they watch one another. Bestiary unfolds like a filme (more…)

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  • Released: 2011
  • Review: Quebecois director Denis Cote’s Bestiaire takes its title from “bestiary,” a now-obsolete literary form popular in the Middle Ages that featured images or real or mythical animals accompanied by colorful descriptions -- that is, a sort of medieval picture… (more)

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