"Remembering Forest Grove" receives an Emmy nomination
16 September 2022
Our deep gratitude to WHBF-4's Jonathan Turner for sharing our good news about Remembering Forest Grove's Emmy nomination. We include an excerpt from his story and a link to read the rest. Cross your fingers for us on October 29th!
QC Filmmakers earn two new Emmy nominations
By Jonathan Turner, WHBF-4 Reporter
The Primetime Emmy Awards were given out Monday night, but Moline’s Kelly and Tammy Rundle have their eyes on the prizes to be announced in late October.
The independent documentary filmmakers — who own and operate Fourth Wall Films — have received two 2022 Mid-America Emmy nominations for their historical documentary films “Jean Seberg: Actress Activist Icon,” a feature-length film co-produced with Garry McGee; and “Remembering Forest Grove,” a short museum film.
Both of the married couple’s films had their qualifying broadcast premiere on WQPT-PBS.
“We are very excited to receive the news of two nominations and are grateful for the recognition for both films,” producer Tammy Rundle said recently in a news release. “Our deep gratitude goes out to Lora Adams and WQPT-PBS for the qualifying broadcast and for their ongoing interest in our work. We are grateful to all the participants and supporters who made these documentary films possible.”
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