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A Homegrown HIT ; 'Swimmers,' a story of family and hardship along the Chesapeake, is another dip in the tidal pool of success for Easton filmmaker Doug Sadler.
- Baltimore, Md.
|Date:||May 7, 2005
| Abstract (Document Summary)|
Swimmers, the Easton resident's second film and a product of [Robert Redford]'s prestigious Sundance Institute, will close the festival tomorrow night (which explains the party afterward). Its premiere at January's Sundance Film Festival has more...
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