May 9, 2013 - 2:37pm by Ciara
Zach Braff has been receiving some serious flack these past few weeks for his Kickstarter project for his film Wish I Was Here, a sorta-sequel to the last film he directed, Garden State. Receiving criticism for asking fans to donate money to help produce a film he could easily finance in other ways (and maybe even finance himself), Zach is standing up to haters in a new interview with KickStarted.
"This isn't a money-making endeavor... Making a tiny art film is not where people go to to make money. This is a passion project," he says. "I'm making this movie for you and, ostensibly, with you. You're coming along on the ride, you're going to be a little GoPro camera on my shoulder experiencing how an independent movie is made... I owe [the fans] everything."
Watch his interview after the jump!