|Budget: $20 million||Financed by: Möbius Entertainment; New Mexico State Investment Council|
|Domestic Gross: $0||Domestic Distributor: ThinkFilm|
|Overseas Gross: $8,329,799|
Directed by: Gregory Nava
Produced by: Simon Fields
David Bergstein and Ron Tutor’s Möbius Entertainment financed the $20 million Bordertown with a $15 million loan from New Mexico State Investment Council, who would take 10-11% of the film’s profits — only if there were any. Bordertown never attracted a US distributor, so it was distributed by David Bergstein and Ron Tutor’s distribution company ThinkFilm. This Jennifer Lopez vehicle completed filming in 2005 and played at the Berlin Intl Film Festival in February 2007 and was booed, which prompted US distributor ThinkFilm to cancel a limited release and dump Bordertown straight to video. The film saw a release overseas to a poor $8.3 million across numerous distributors, with $2.8 million from Spain as the strongest showing and went straight to video in Russia and most smaller markets.