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THE MIDNIGHT SWIM Trailer Emotes Unknown Fears

Sarah Adina Smith's debut feature, The Midnight Swim, is about the psychological ecosystem of three sisters during a visit to the family house on the lake. It subtly flirts with both the supernatural and the interpretation of captured (and being...

Ithaca 2014: First Wave, Including TIME LAPSE, KILLERS, And LATE PHASES

Our friends down in Ithaca, New York have been busy preparing for their third annual festival. Today they announced the first wave of titles and there are a lot of festival favorites in the first wave. The Ithaca crowd will get...

Lund 2014: THE GUEST, V/H/S: VIRAL And THE BABADOOK In First Wave

The Lund International Fantastic Film Festival will celebrate its twentieth anniversary this year! That is a lot of time giving the folks in Lund, Sweden a good dose of international fantastic cinema each year. It's once again time for Scandinavia's leading...

Fantasia 2014 Interview: Talking THE MIDNIGHT SWIM And Emotional POV With Sarah Adina Smith

After directing a number of short films, The Midnight Swim is the first feature of young director Sarah Adina Smith. I detected a note of exhaustion and overwhelmed frazzle still lingering from the generous reception of the film the previous...

Fantasia 2014 Review: THE MIDNIGHT SWIM, Where Still Waters Run Deep

In Werner Herzog's wonderful documentary Encounters at the End of the World, he makes a point of showing that if you dive deep enough in those cold, antarctic waters, the experience is not all that different than voyaging into outer space. Darren...

Check The First Posters And Stills From Fantasia Premiere THE MIDNIGHT SWIM

Soon to have its world premiere at the Fantasia Festival in Montreal, ScreenAnarchy is pleased to present the first five images and a pair of posters for Sarah Adina Smith's The Midnight Swim.Spirit Lake is unusually deep. No diver has...