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Truth First Film Alliance Screening ‘Stout Hearted’ Free Film For Veteran’s Day TONIGHT

November 11th, 2021
Truth First Film Alliance Screening 'Stout Hearted' Free Film For Veteran's Day TONIGHT

Truth First Film Alliance is partnering with the Figge Art Museum to present the “Stout Hearted: George Stout and the Guardians of Art” on Veterans Day evening November 11, 2021. The documentary will screen free to the public at 6:30 p.m. in the Figge’s John Deere Auditorium. Director Kevin J. Kelley and producer Marie Wilkes will take part in Q&A following the 81-minute film. Veterans will be admitted free to the Figge Art Museum exhibits all day on Veterans Day. Admission is free to others from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. This special program is sponsored by The logo for the new Truth First... Read More

‘Stout Hearted’ Film Slated For Figge Museum On Veterans Day

November 2nd, 2021
'Stout Hearted' Film Slated For Figge Museum On Veterans Day

Truth First Film Alliance is partnering with the Figge Art Museum to present the “Stout Hearted: George Stout and the Guardians of Art” on Veterans Day evening November 11,, 2021. The documentary will screen free to the public at 6:30 p.m. in the Figge’s John Deere Auditorium. Director Kevin J. Kelley and producer Marie Wilkes will take part in Q&A following the 81-minute film. Veterans will be admitted free to the Figge Art Museum exhibits all day on Veterans Day. Admission is free to others from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. This special program is sponsored by the Northwest Illinois... Read More

Moline Filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle win Mid-America Emmy

October 26th, 2021
Moline Filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle win Mid-America Emmy

Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films received a Mid-America Emmy® Saturday evening for their short documentary “Over & Under: Wildlife Crossings” in the Environmental/Science category. The Rundles’ films have been nominated nine times. “Our sincere gratitude for this important win goes to all involved in this production,” producer Tammy Rundle said. “And, a big thank you to Lora Adams and WQPT-PBS for the qualifying broadcast and their ongoing interest in our films.” “Our hope was that the film would bring more awareness to this important environmental subject and inspire... Read More

Quad-Cities’ Tammy And Kelly Rundle Win Emmy For ‘Over And Under: Wildlife Crossings’

October 25th, 2021
Quad-Cities' Tammy And Kelly Rundle Win Emmy For 'Over And Under: Wildlife Crossings'

Fourth Wall Films Tammy and Kelly Rundle are finally Emmy WINNERS! The duo posted the following on social media: Our film “Over & Under: Wildlife Crossings” won an Emmy last night! A HUGE thank you to Lora Adams and WQPT-PBS for the qualifying broadcast and all of your support! Our sincere gratitude to Ross Gipple, Mark Edwards, BeWildReWild, and the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation for entrusting us with this important project. #MindTheSigns #bewildrewild For more information, click here.  Read More

Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle’s ‘Jean Seberg’ Film Accepted Into London’s Raindance

September 16th, 2021
Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle's 'Jean Seberg' Film Accepted Into London's Raindance

Kelly and Tammy Rundle have done it again! The Moline filmmakers have notched up yet another accolade in an impressive string of them. The duo announced on social last night: WE ARE GOBSMACKED! We, and our co-producer Garry McGee, are very pleased to announce that “Jean Seberg: Actress Activist Icon” is an Official Selection at the 2021 Raindance Film Festival in London. Raindance is the largest independent film festival in the U.K. and it’s rated among the top 10 international festivals for independent filmmakers. “Jean Seberg” will have its international premiere... Read More

Looking For Some POSITIVE news, Quad-Cities? Get THE GOOD NEWS Here!

September 14th, 2021
Looking For Some POSITIVE news, Quad-Cities? Get THE GOOD NEWS Here!

There is plenty going on in our Quad Cities community as we enter the fall season for 2021. Every month, Sean Leary from QuadCities.com comes back to KWQC-TV6’s “Paula Sands Live” to give an overview of current and upcoming news or events that always emphasize the positive. Everything Sean talks about is detailed (including location, dates, times, registration info, and more) at his website under a monthly column called, “What’s the Good News?” Looking for some positive news about the Quad-Cities? Watch our segment on “PSL” HERE!  Read More

Need Some Positive News? Check Out What’s The Good News, Quad-Cities!

September 13th, 2021
Need Some Positive News? Check Out What's The Good News, Quad-Cities!

Fall is falling into the Quad-Cities! The weather is getting crisper, the sweaters are coming out, the pumpkin spice is beginning to invade! And there’s plenty of positive news dropping like so many golden, orange and rust leaves. There’s always a lot of great things happening in the Quad-Cities, and every month, we here at QuadCities.com, in partnership with our friends at KWQC-TV6’s “Paula Sands Live,” present to you an array of some of the best of them. We call this What’s The Good News? and it’s a way for you to keep up with some of the awesome people, events and things going... Read More

Quad-Cities Brothers to Portray Brothers in New Hero Street Documentary

September 10th, 2021
Quad-Cities Brothers to Portray Brothers in New Hero Street Documentary

Brothers Emmanuel and Eric Juarez will star as brothers Joseph and Frank Sandoval in An Infantryman from Hero Street, part four in the Hero Street documentary series produced by Moline-based Fourth Wall Films. “We are very pleased to have Manny portray hero Joseph Sandoval, and Eric reprising his role as hero Frank Sandoval for this important new chapter of the historical documentary series,” said director Kelly Rundle, noting Eric played Frank in their 2015 documentary “Letters Home to Hero Street.” An Infantryman from Hero Street tells the true story of Pvt. Joseph Sandoval, who was... Read More

Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle Earn 9th Emmy nomination

September 10th, 2021
Moline Filmmakers Tammy And Kelly Rundle Earn 9th Emmy nomination

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

Davenport Composer, Music Professor To Premiere New Album at Sept. 10 Concert

September 6th, 2021
Davenport Composer, Music Professor To Premiere New Album at Sept. 10 Concert

The Covid pandemic has tested everyone’s patience. But even pre-pandemic, award-winning composer, pianist, and music professor William Campbell was at his wit’s end. Fortunately, he found some peace, wisdom and channeled his boundless creativity into a new album, “All In Due Time,” expressing the in-between moments of anticipation, recovery, and reflection. This collection of evocative solo piano instrumentals is set to release September 10th, and is a product of Campbell’s experiences with events such as Covid, recovery from a debilitating injury, and an activity called “forest-bathing.”... Read More