The sudden loss of one parent and the looming death of another set the stage for "James White," a stripped-bare family drama that marks the feature directing debut of indie producer Josh Mond.
Grungy, witty and savage, the Russian crime thriller "Break Loose" entertains despite its ludicrously repetitive action and cliched story of the impossible love between a special forces cop and a…
An attention-grabbing performance by Hunter Page-Lochard is the major selling point of Sarah Spillane's cliche-ridden high school-set drama.
A family fortune goes missing, tucked away inside a discarded old mattress in "Life's a Breeze," another modest, character-driven fable from Irish director Lance Daly, whose crowd-pleasing "Kisses"…
A ludicrous, borderline-nonsensical supernatural concoction with a slightly redeeming sense of its own silliness.
The work of New York indie production company Borderline Films is to be featured in a retrospective at the 48th Karlovy Vary Festival in the Czech Republic.
Don't tell Borderline Films producers Antonio Campos, Sean Durkin and Josh Mond that there is a divide between commercial and arthouse fare.
It's been a heady year for Borderline Films, the shingle launched by three ambitious NYU film students whose latest pic "Martha Marcy May Marlene" opened last weekend to a promising $137,000 from…
In one of Sundance's surprise success stories, Fox Searchlight nabbed worldwide rights to "Martha Marcy May Marlene."
Psycho-sexual drama "Borderline" and Inuit period piece "The Necessities of Life" shared the top honors Sunday at the Jutra Awards, the annual Quebec film kudos.