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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 2010

KCPT-PBS to feature
Villisca: Living with a Mystery


Documentary explores story of Iowa's worst mass murder--the 1912 Villisca, Iowa axe murders of eight

Kansas City--Kelly and Tammy Rundle's documentary about Villisca, Iowa's brutal 1912 axe murders of the Josiah Moore family of six and two visiting guests will be broadcast on Kansas City's KCPT-PBS this spring.

“Villisca: Living with a Mystery” features the foremost authority on the still-unsolved case Dr. Edgar Epperly, historian Bruce Stillians, former FBI agent Robert Ressler, and eye-witnesses of what is still considered Iowa's worst mass murder.

The Rundles are the owners of Fourth Wall Films, an independent film and video production company formerly located in Los Angeles, and now based in Moline, Illinois. They are currently in production on “Country School: One Room, One Nation” and in co-production on “Movie Star: The Secret Lives of Jean Seberg” with award-winning filmmaker Garry McGee. Visit VilliscaMovie.com for more information on America's greatest unsolved mystery and to purchase “Villisca” on DVD.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 2009

Villisca: Living with a Mystery
featured at Bridge View Center

Ottumwa -The award-winning documentary feature film “Villisca: Living with a Mystery”, by filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films, will be featured at the Bridge View Center on Thursday, October 22, 2009 at 7:00pm as part of an Ottumwa Area Arts Council Halloween-season event. 

The Rundles return, by popular demand, to Ottumwa after a successful presentation of their critically- acclaimed film “Lost Nation: The Ioway” last spring.

“Villisca” details the 1912 late night axe murders of the entire Josiah Moore family of six, and two young overnight guests, and the affect the crime had on Villisca, a small Southwest Iowa town.  The still-unsolved axe murder created a lasting community split over the guilt or innocence of a local State Senator, and produced three sensational trials.

The film qualified for the 2005 Academy Award competition and numerous film festivals.

Villisca” will screen at the Bridge View Center, 102 Church Street in Ottumwa on Thursday, October 22 at 7:00 p.m.  Filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle will follow the 2-hour film with Q&A.  This free special event is sponsored by the Ottumwa Area Arts Council. 

The Rundles are the owners of Fourth Wall Films, an independent film and video production company formerly located in Los Angeles, and now based in Moline, Illinois.  They are currently in production on “Country School: One Room, One Nation” and in co-production on “Movie Star: The Secret Lives of Jean Seberg” with award-winning filmmaker Garry McGee.

Visit VilliscaMovie.com for more information on America's greatest unsolved mystery and to purchase “Villisca” on DVD. 

 

Contact:
Kelly Rundle, Director     
Fourth Wall Films
POB 341610, Los Angeles, CA 90034
Phone/Fax: 310.398.0015; villisca@aol.com; VilliscaMovie.com 

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