In the 13 years since it was founded in New York by Antonio Campos, Sean Durkin and Josh Mond, Borderline Films has produced seven features. Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI) will host a retrospective featuring all of these — including the two most recent, “Christine” and “The Eyes of My Mother” — from November 17 – 27.
It begins with “Eyes,” a black-and-white slow burn of a horror film directed by Nicholas Pesce. The filmmaker will appear in person for the 7 p.m. screening on November 17. Dark and disturbing but rarely as graphic as you’d expect, “The Eyes of My Mother” tells of a young woman who’s grown up surrounded by death — and eventually comes to feel comforted by its presence.