The Sundance Film Festival announced Wednesday that Seattle filmmaker Robinson Devor’s documentary “Zoo” has been accepted into the 2007 festival’s documentary competition. The film examines the widely reported case of an Enumclaw man who died in 2005 after having sex with a horse.
“Zoo” is one of 16 documentaries selected for competition (out of 856 submitted), all of which will screen as world premieres. Devor has had two previous films at Sundance: the made-in-Seattle drama “Police Beat,” and “The Woman Chaser.”
The Sundance Film Festival will take place Jan. 18-28 in Park City, Utah.
I think that I’ll skip this one.