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1994 Sundance Film Festival

The 1994 Festival presented over ninety features and sixty shorts, including an international selection spanning Asia, Latin America, and Europe. 1994 was a big year for films that went on to considerable box office success and critical acclaim. Among them: CLEAN SHAVEN, CLERKS, GO FISH, SPANKING THE MONKEY, THIRTY-TWO SHORT FILMS ABOUT GLENN GOULD, FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL, BACKBEAT, SIRENS, REALITY BITES and MI VIDA LOCA (MY CRAZY LIFE). 1994 also featured a comprehensive tribute to Arthur Penn (BONNIE AND CLYDE, ALICE'S RESTAURANT), the first of a continuing series of films by Native Americans, and the Piper-Heidseick Tribute to Independent Vision was awarded to Gena Rowlands.


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