Producer Ben Zeitlin has definitely got something right in his film 'The Beast of the Southern Wild. Althought his film was shot on a low budget, it has become popular with movie critics and movie-goers alike.
So how does a film centered around the poverty of a Lousiana town threatened by a storm to rise over the levee, and a hot-tempered father rasing his young girl to be independent strike a cord to earn academy nominations?
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