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Sundance: How 'Wish I Was Here' shows Zach Braff is still relevant
Sundance: How 'Wish I Was Here' shows Zach Braff is still relevant

PARK CITY, Utah -- On Saturday morning at the Sundance Film Festival, Zach Braff world-premiered his new film, “Wish I Was Here.” This was notable for several reasons. From a business standpoint, it was, of course, the first movie made by a high-profile star to be funded largely through Kickstarter. But maybe more important was the cultural standpoint. It was exactly a decade ago that Braff premiered “Garden State” here and quickly seized (or was given) the label of indie-film standard-bearer. Ever since that festival, the film, and Braff himself, seemed to spawn a kind of intensity of opinion from both fans and detractors that you don’t often see in the realm of dramatic comedy....

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