"River to River: Iowa's Forgotten Highway 6" has been delighting capacity crowds at its showings in towns along Route 6 and beyond ever since it premiered in September of 2015 at the Putnam Giant Screen in Davenport, Iowa.
Two years later, a screening at the Wilton Community Center in Wilton, Iowa was a standing room only scenario with a zealous crowd engaging in Q&A with filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films, and Dave Darby, Executive Director of the Iowa-US Route 6 Tourist Association.
A Scott County Library event in Eldridge, Iowa drew another capacity crowd for the film and the classic car gathering outside the venue.
"Most everyone loves a road trip," said producer Tammy Rundle. "River to River provides that for viewers and encourages them to get in their cars and explore the sights and sounds along Historic Route 6 themselves."
The film drew enthusiastic audiences at numerous film festivals and won Best Documentary at the 2016 Cedar Rapids Independent Film Festival. River to River: Iowa’s Forgotten Highway 6 is the third Emmy® nomination for the Rundles.
"I think River to River will continue to pack in audiences," Tammy Rundle continued. "It is a film about adventure, fun, nostalgia, hidden gems and preserving history for the future."
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