The WQPT-PBS broadcast of their short 2020 documentary “Over & Under: Wildlife Crossings” has been nominated for a Mid-America

Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle Earn 9th Emmy nomination

The Fourth Wall doc “Over and Under: Wildlife Crossings” is nominated for a 2021 Mid-America Emmy award.

Emmy in the Environment/Science category. Films by Kelly and Tammy Rundle have now been nominated nine times for regional Emmys. This one is among three nominees in its category;

Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle Earn 9th Emmy nomination

Kelly and Tammy Rundle are Moline-based filmmakers who own Fourth Wall Films.

the awards will be presented on Oct. 23.

“Over & Under” was partially funded by a grant from BeWildReWild/Big River Connectivity and Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. The film examines wildlife crossings by exploring two successful yet different approaches to turtle crossings under state highways near Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Stevens Point, Wis.

Previous Fourth Wall Films documentary film projects nominated for Mid-America Emmy awards include “Becoming Harriet Beecher Stowe,” “Country School: One Room – One Nation,” “Letters Home to Hero Street,” “River to River: Iowa’s Forgotten Highway 6,” and four 2020 nominations for their docudrama “Sons & Daughters of Thunder.”

For more information, visit www.fourthwallfilms.com.

Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle Earn 9th Emmy nomination
Jonathan Turner has been covering the Quad-Cities arts scene for 25 years, first as a reporter with the Dispatch and Rock Island Argus, and then as a reporter with the Quad City Times. Jonathan is also an accomplished actor and musician who has been seen frequently on local theater stages, including the Bucktown Revue and Black Box Theatre.
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Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle Earn 9th Emmy nomination

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