Indie Collective Borderline Films Launching New Executive Production Label

Indie Collective Borderline Films Launching New Executive Production Label

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Filmmaking collective Boderline Films has become one of the biggest mainstays at major indie festivals over the past couple of years thanks to acclaimed titles like "Simon Killer," "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "James White," and now they are expanding into the executive production field by officially announcing the founding of Borderline Presents. The new label will see founding members Josh Mond, Sean Durkin and Antonio Campos executive producing select projects to help up-and-coming filmmakers realize their visions.

"We started Borderline Films so that we had each other’s support and felt safe making the films we wanted to make," said Josh Mond on behalf of the group. "We’ve been fortunate enough to have all made our first feature and want to use our experience to provide that same kind of support to help other like-minded filmmakers, whether they be our contemporaries or from the next generation of young directors."

The first official project from Borderline Presents will be Nicolas Pesce’s debut feature, "The Eyes of My Mother," which will follow in the footsteps of the award-winning "James White" by premiering in the Sundance NEXT section later this month. Pesce presented the concept for his film to Mond during the production of "James White" and the new label grew organically from this collaboration, Borderline overseeing the production from the development process through to post-production. 

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