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Lucy Alibar


Lucy Alibar is a writer and actress, known for Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012), Troop Zero (2019) and Where the Crawdads Sing (2022). See full bio »

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 2019 Troop Zero (screenplay)
 2012 Beasts of the Southern Wild (screenplay) / (stage play "Juicy and Delicious")
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 2019 Troop Zero
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 2019 Troop Zero (executive producer)
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 2016 Last Call with Carson Daly (TV Series)
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 2013 The Oscars (TV Special)
Self - Nominee
 2009 Sundance Directors Lab (TV Series documentary)
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- The Script (2009) ... Self
- The Editing Room (2009) ... Self
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Other Works:

(May 21 to 31, 2015) Her play, "Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up," was performed in a Work in Progress production at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Neel Keller was director.
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Personal Quote:

[re writing Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)] It's the scene where Hushpuppy punches her dad and tells him that she hopes he dies, because the movie's so much about me and my own father. My dad had all these heart problems and I thought that it was because of me; that's why I originally wrote the play that the movie was based on, to work all that guilt out. As best I could, I wanted to finally ... See more »

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