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Sundance Adds Zach Braff's Kickstarter Funded Movie to Lineup; 'Clerks' to Receive 20th Anniversary Screening

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire December 18, 2013 at 1:58PM

The Sundance Institute today added two new films to its 2014 Sundance Film Festival lineup: Zach Braff's partly Kickstarter funded sophomore feature "Wish I Was Here" and a 20th anniversary screening of Kevin Smith's classic comedy "Clerks." "Clerks" joins the previously announced From the Collection screening of Steve James' documentary "Hoop Dreams."
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Zach Braff's "Wish I Was Here."
Zach Braff's "Wish I Was Here."

The Sundance Institute today added two new films to its 2014 Sundance Film Festival lineup: Zach Braff's partly Kickstarter funded sophomore feature "Wish I Was Here" and a 20th anniversary screening of Kevin Smith's classic comedy "Clerks." "Clerks" joins the previously announced From the Collection screening of Steve James' documentary "Hoop Dreams."

With the addition of Braff's long anticipated follow-up to "Garden State," now set to screen in the Premieres section, the festival will present a total of 119 feature-length films. The drama centers on Aidan Bloom (Braff), a 35-year-old struggling actor, father and husband, trying to find purpose in life. Kate Hudson and Josh Gad co-star.

READ MORE: Zach Braff and Kickstarter Execs Explain Why Big Players on Kickstarter are a Good Thing

The 2014 Festival will be held January 16-26 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah.

Below is the full lineup:

2014 Competition Lineup:

U.S Dramatic Competition

U.S. Documentary Competition

World Dramatic Competition

World Documentary Competition

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2014 Out of Competition:

Premieres

Documentary Premieres

New Frontier Films

Park City at Midnight

Spotlight

Sundance Kids

This article is related to: Sundance Film Festival, Sundance 2014, Zach Braff, Clerks, Kevin Smith







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