The Rundles are the recipients of a Mid-America Emmy Award, 8 Emmy® nominations, more than two dozen film festival awards, Telly awards, grant awards, and film festival Official Selections.
They are the producers of the Mid-America Emmy® nominated Becoming Harriet Beecher Stowe, Sons & Daughters of Thunder, River to River: Iowa's Forgotten Highway 6, Letters Home to Hero Street (co-produced with WQPT), and Country School: One Room – One Nation, and the award-winning and critically-acclaimed documentary films Jean Seberg: Actress Activist Icon (co-produced with Garry McGee), Lost Nation: The Ioway 1, 2 & 3, and Villisca: Living with a Mystery. They are the producers of the award-winning documentary The Barn Raisers, which premiered at the Putnam Museum National Geographic Giant Screen and was an Official Selection at the Newport Beach Film Festival in Southern California.
Fourth Wall Films was commissioned to produce the museum film Remembering Forest Grove which screens at Forest Grove No. 5 when the historic site is open. The Rundles also produced the Visitors Center film for South Dakota's newest state park: Good Earth at Blood Run. The award-winning and Mid-America Emmy® nominated Good Earth: Awakening the Silent City premiered in May of 2017 and combines interviews with representatives of the Omaha, Ponca, Ioway and Otoe tribes and other scholars, 1650-era reenactments, nature cinematography with computer animation to tell the story of the Native American National Historic Site with ties to Pipestone National Monument. Good Earth: Awakening the Silent City is among thirty films officially selected for exhibition at the Archaeology Channel International Film Festival in Eugene, Oregon. The festival received 800 submittals from around the world.
The Rundles are in production on their new feature-length documentary Resurrecting Forest Grove.
They are in post-production on Part Four of their Hero Street documentary series: An Infantryman from Hero Street.
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