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Sanatorium  (2013)

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The movie Sanatorium, released in 2013 and directed by Brant Sersen, was shot on Canon EOS-7D Camera, Canon VIXIA HF10 Camera, GoPro HD Hero2 Camera, Sony Other Camera, Sony PMW-EX1 Camera with Daniel Sharnoff as cinematographer and editing was done on the Avid Editing System by Chris Lechler.
Directed by | Brant Sersen
Cinematography by | Daniel Sharnoff
Edited by | Chris Lechler
Written by | Brant Sersen
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