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James Franco's poetry short film to debut at Sundance 2010

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Actor James Franco will come to the 2010 Sundance Film Festival with the new short film he wrote and directed, Herbert White. The film, based on a poem of the same name, is about a family man struggling with inner demons. Other notable shorts coming to Park City include Spike Jonze’s I’m Here; Rory Kennedy’s immigration documentary The Fence; John C. Reilly and Crispin Glover starring in Drunk History: Tesla & Edison; and Patrik Eklund’s middle-aged relationship story Seeds of the Fall from Sweden. Sundance organizers have selected a total of 70 short films from U.S. and international filmmakers for the festival (which runs Jan. 21-31).