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RUNNING WILD: BENH ZEITLIN

(MIFF 2012, Talking Pictures)

RUNNING WILD: BENH ZEITLIN

Benh Zeitlin has had a big year. The 29-year-old debut filmmaker received both the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance and the Camera d'Or at Cannes for his spellbindingly imaginative Beasts of the Southern Wild, which has already earned him comparisons to Terrence Malick.

Join Benh as he talks to ABC Radio National's Julie Rigg around making the fantastical a reality, and dealing with the reality of the film's overwhelming successes.

$15 full* / $12 concession* / $11 MIFF members*

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