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Beasts of the Southern Wild (dir. Benh Zeitlin, 2012)

Hailed by critics as daring and original, Beasts of the Southern Wild is more like a collage of influences. Director Benh Zeitlin filters an obvious love of Southern literature (a little Twain here, a little Faulkner there) through a narrative and visual style indebted to Terrence Malick. 548 more words

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Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild: Hushpuppy's Interpretation of the Universe

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Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)

On the outskirts of New Orleans lies a narrow piece of land known as Isle de Jean Charles. It is slowly disappearing into the Terrebonne Bay. 747 more words


Throwback Thursday: "Beasts of the Southern Wild" dir. Benh Zeitlin

A quick google search of 2012’s best films will likely return several lists that include Benh Zeitlin’s electric first feature, Beasts of the Southern Wild… 220 more words