"Fundraising is the single most challenging part of independent filmmaking," said producer Tammy Rundle. "And while Fourth Wall Films has received more than a dozen Humanities Media Grant Awards from seven Midwestern states for various documentary projects, we must raise matching funds for each grant awarded to our film projects."
"Each year we reach out to supporters and fans of our film work for contributions to help us continue making Movies that Matter," said director Kelly Rundle.
Money raised will be used as matching funds for recent grants awarded to two Fourth Wall Films projects (Riding the Rails to Hero Street and Sons & Daughters of Thunder) and specifically used for editing, licensing and production fees.
The campaign is live December 2017 (for year-end-contributions) through the end of 2018. Sons & Daughters of Thunder will premiere in December 2018 at the Putnam Museum Giant Screen in Davenport, Iowa.
Fourth Wall Films are the producers of the award-winning Villisca: Living with a Mystery and the Emmy-nominated Country School: One Room - One Nation, River to River: Iowa's Forgotten Highway 6 and Letters Home to Hero Street (a co-production with WQPT-PBS). To order Fourth Wall Films DVDs visit: https://www.fourthwallfilms.com/dvds.htm