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Sarah Adina Smith's "Midnight Swim"


Going From Faux Documentary to Cinematic Thriller With Blackmagic Cameras and DaVinci Resolve
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For any filmmaker, switching genres between movies is always a tough task. But Sarah Adina Smith decided to switch between genres three times in the same film. "Midnight Swim" takes viewers from a faux documentary to a surreal thriller and then to a sweeping cinematic feature, all in the space of a single film. Read More

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