The Borderline Films collective first made a big splash at Sundance with "Martha Marcy May Marlene," followed by "Simon Killer." Producer Josh Mond now steps into the director's chair for his debut, "James White," a delicate tale based on his own experiences with his mother's death. "It's a really personal story," Cooper said, "and amazingly well-acted. He's a solid filmmaker. I think he's going to get a lot of critical acclaim for this." Groth added that "it looks at something that everyone has gone through and presents it in such a unique way."