“The Barn Raisers” Film to be Showcased in Amelita Mirolo Barn August 21 in Ohio

“The Barn Raisers” Film to be Showcased in Amelita Mirolo Barn August 21 in Ohio

A special free Ohio Humanities Council Preview of the new documentary "The Barn Raisers" by Emmy® nominated filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films will showcased Sunday, August 21, 2016, 5p-8:30p at the Amelita Mirolo Barn in Upper Arlington, Ohio. - August 16, 2016

Route 6 Film by Emmy-Nominated Fourth Wall Films Showcased in Towns Along Iowa's Historic Route

Route 6 Film by Emmy-Nominated Fourth Wall Films Showcased in Towns Along Iowa's Historic Route

What do Bonnie & Clyde, Jesse James, Nancy Drew and Jack Kerouac have in common? U.S. Route 6 in Iowa takes two-lane motorists from Davenport on the Mississippi to Council Bluffs on the Missouri. - September 21, 2015

Controversial Iowa Actress Jean Seberg Documentary Showcased at Landlocked Film Festival August 15

She was the toast of Hollywood and the darling of Paris. But Marshalltown native and movie actress Jean Seberg’s life was anything but a fairy tale and ended in tragedy. - August 06, 2015

New Films Feature Genoa, Nebraska U.S. Indian School

New Films Feature Genoa, Nebraska U.S. Indian School

Nebraska Wesleyan University Professor Emeritus of History, Dr. Ronald Naugle joins award-winning filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films for a special Humanities Nebraska screening of "Lost Nation: The Ioway 2&3" on April 24, 2013 at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska. - April 22, 2013

Augustana College Showcases Emmy®-Nominated Filmmakers' "Ioway" Films for South Dakota Humanities Council Screening Event April 21

Augustana College Showcases Emmy®-Nominated Filmmakers' "Ioway" Films for South Dakota Humanities Council Screening Event April 21

The new critically-acclaimed documentaries "Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3" by Emmy® nominated filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films will be presented at Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD on Sunday, April 21, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. The free South Dakota Humanities Council event will also feature Q&A with Ioway artist Reuben IronHorse-Kent, Augustana Professor of Anthropology Dr. L. Adrien Hannus, and the filmmakers. - April 19, 2013

Critically-Acclaimed Documentaries on Ioway Indians Showcased at Richland Center City Auditorium April 13th

Critically-Acclaimed Documentaries on Ioway Indians Showcased at Richland Center City Auditorium April 13th

The unforgettable story of the Ioway Indians continues where the original award-winning documentary left off in two new films. “Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3” brings the story full circle. Q&A with Emmy-nominated filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle, anthropologist Bill Green and historian Mark Cupp. - April 08, 2013

Emmy-Nominated Filmmakers Bring Documentary About Ioway Indians to Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska December 17

Emmy-Nominated Filmmakers Bring Documentary About Ioway Indians to Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska December 17

Event Sponsored by the Kansas Humanities Council will Feature Q&A with Ioway Tribal Elders and Filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films - December 17, 2012

Emmy® Nominated Filmmakers’ New Documentary “Lost Nation: The Ioway 2&3” to Preview in Miami, Oklahoma

Emmy® Nominated Filmmakers’ New Documentary “Lost Nation: The Ioway 2&3” to Preview in Miami, Oklahoma

Ioway Tribal Elders to Appear at Oklahoma Humanities Council Event. - December 17, 2012

Forest Grove School Benefit Screening Event Features Emmy® Nominated “Country School: One Room – One Nation” and Filmmakers

Forest Grove School Benefit Screening Event Features Emmy® Nominated “Country School: One Room – One Nation” and Filmmakers

An historic 1873 schoolhouse featured in a documentary film by Fourth Wall Films gets a second chance as preservation efforts race against the clock to save the iconic structure. A special benefit screening event will help raise funds to stablize Forest Grove #5 in Bettendorf, Iowa. - September 26, 2012

100 Year Anniversary of Villisca Axe Murders Commemorated in Town Where Trials Were Held

100 Year Anniversary of Villisca Axe Murders Commemorated in Town Where Trials Were Held

Villisca Axe Murder Centennial Commemoration event to include the infamous murder weapon on display, a new collection of research materials, a sneak preview of the new short documentary “AXMAN,” an encore screening of the award-winning “Villisca: Living with a Mystery,” and Q&A with axe murder expert Dr. Edgar V. Epperly and with Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films. - June 06, 2012

Filmmakers of "Lost Nation: the Ioway" and "Villisca: Living with a Mystery" Turn Their Lens on the Life, Death and Rebirth of the One-Room School

Filmmakers of "Lost Nation: the Ioway" and "Villisca: Living with a Mystery" Turn Their Lens on the Life, Death and Rebirth of the One-Room School

World premiere celebration in Des Moines on November 19 at the State Historical Building. A searchlight will guide attendees to the festivities. - November 19, 2010

“Country School: One Room – One Nation” Film Exploring the Myth and Legacy of Midwestern Rural Schools Set to Premiere

“Country School: One Room – One Nation” Film Exploring the Myth and Legacy of Midwestern Rural Schools Set to Premiere

From the producers of the award-winning documentaries “Lost Nation: The Ioway” and “Villisca: Living with a Mystery” - November 10, 2010

Iowa Governor Culver Honors Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska, and Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma, Proclaims October 3-9, 2010 “Native Ioway History Week”

IPTV-PBS’ Broadcast Premiere of “Lost Nation: The Ioway” Documentary Set for October 3 - October 01, 2010

Documentary on Actress Jean Seberg Awarded Grant from Humanities Iowa

Documentary on Actress Jean Seberg Awarded Grant from Humanities Iowa

"Seberg" documentary filmmaker receives Emmy® nomination - September 03, 2010

Centennial Screening of “Lost Nation: The Ioway” at Black Hawk State Historic Site

Sequel to Award-winning Film in the works - February 11, 2010

New Film to Focus on Personal Side of American Movie Star and International Cinema Icon Jean Seberg

New Film to Focus on Personal Side of American Movie Star and International Cinema Icon Jean Seberg

Documentary film will feature exclusive interviews, photographs, and home-movie footage from Seberg's family collection. - December 16, 2008

"Country School” Documentary Film Project Awarded $15,000 Grant by Humanities Iowa

Producers of award-winning documentaries "Villisca: Living with a Mystery" and "Lost Nation: The Ioway" focus on the Midwestern Country School as a new film exploration. - July 24, 2008

“Lost Nation: The Ioway” Filmmakers Win Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival Top Awards

Award-winning film screens in town that inspired title. - April 11, 2008

"Lost Nation: The Ioway"-- Film Makes Oklahoma Premiere

"Lost Nation: The Ioway"-- Film Makes Oklahoma Premiere

Documentary explores dramatic saga of Oklahoma's Ioway Tribe. Film producers and Ioway Tribal Members to appear at Oklahoma premiere event. - March 25, 2008

Ioway Tribal Leaders Officially Present Gifts to People of Iowa in Governor's Office

Ioway Tribal Leaders Officially Present Gifts to People of Iowa in Governor's Office

An Ioway Story of Giving and Thanks - November 22, 2007

Ax Murder Doc with Columbia, MO Suspect Airs on KMOS for Halloween; Couple's New Documentary Explores Dramatic Saga of No. Missouri's Early Tribe

Documentary examines convicted mass murderer from Columbia, Missouri as possible suspect in the 1912 Villisca, Iowa axe murders of eight people. The film will air on Missouri's KMOS for Halloween. - October 26, 2007

"Lost Nation: the Ioway" Makes World Premiere Oct. 11--Nearly 200 Ioway Will Travel to Iowa for Film Premiere, Governor’s Proclamation and to See 170 Year-Old Ioway Map

A forgotten tale of American conquest and Native survival will come to light when the documentary film, “Lost Nation: The Ioway,” makes its world premiere October 11 at the State Historical Building. - October 08, 2007

Axe Murder Documentary Official Selection at Landlocked Film Festival

Award-winning "Villisca: Living with a Mystery," a documentary about the unsolved murders of 8 in Villisca, Iowa, is an Official Selection at the Landlocked International Film Festival. The axe murder film continues to draw large audiences. - July 27, 2007

Unsolved Axe Murder Documentary to Air on KPTS

Award-winning axe murder documentary "Villisca: Living with a Mystery" will air on KPTS July 29 at 7pm. The film explores connections between the 1912 Villisca, Iowa axe murders and similar unsolved murders in Kansas, Illinois and Colorado. - July 26, 2007

The Mystery of 100 Year Old Murder Comes to DVD for Halloween

Documentary about Villisca axe murders is a true-crime story that remains a mystery to this day - more mystifying than Lizzie Borden and more intriguing than Jack-the-Ripper - released on DVD October 24. - October 18, 2006

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