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    The Orchard Picks Up Antonio Campos' 'Christine' and Aims for Next Year's Oscars Race

    By picking up this acclaimed Sundance drama, The Orchard now has a strong candidate in next year's Oscar race for best actress.

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    Indie Collective Borderline Films Launching New Executive Production Label

    The filmmaking collective behind festival hits like "James White" is expanding with an executive production label entitled Borderline Presents.

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    Haunting First Look at 'The Eyes of My Mother' Makes This Sundance Premiere a Must-See

    Shot in black and white, this dark indie drama explores the obsessions of a lonely young woman.

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    Josh Mond on Tapping Into the Personal for 'James White'

    "James White" is his directorial debut, but Josh Mond is far from a first-time filmmaker.

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    Filmmaking As Therapy: Antonio Campos and Brady Corbet Discuss How Bad Breakups Fueled 'Simon Killer'

    The filmmaking collective known as Borderline Films have been responsible for the dark dramas "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "Afterschool." They're back in theaters this Friday with their most disturbing (and sure to be divisive) project to date, "Simon Killer."

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