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WINTER DVD SALE!

American History, Native American History, True Crime, American & Foreign Classic Cars!

You've seen our award-winning and critically-acclaimed films in theaters, at colleges and universities, in museums, and via PBS broadcasts.

Who doesn't know someone who likes history and mystery? Or classic cars?   The next time you need a gift for a family member or friend, consider buying one of our American-made DVDs!


ALL DVD prices below include First Class shipping in the U.S.A.  DVDs can be signed by the filmmakers upon request.

Gift wrap is FREE upon request!


If you want to support our work and see your name in the credit roll in a theater or on television, consider donating to our documentary projects on behalf of yourself, or as a "memorial" or gift for a loved one.  You can help us bring our films from the page to the screen.

--> New contributions are being accepted for Sons & Daughters of Thunder.
More info: CLICK HERE

--> New contributions are being accepted for Hero Street.
More info: CLICK HERE

--> New contributions are being accepted for The Barn Raisers.
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Contact us at FourthWallFilms@aol.com for contribution details.


You can schedule public and private showings of our films by contacting us at:

FourthWallFilms@aol.com

Our film showing events can include the film, a lobby display, and a Q&A and discussion with the filmmakers.


To order DVDs by check, send payment payable to:

Fourth Wall Films
P.O. Box 702
Moline, IL 61265

Thank you for supporting our work!

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Barn Raisers DVD Pre-Order 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Barn Raisers - PRE-ORDER - Delivery in APRIL 2017
55 Min. - DVD

"The Barn Raisers" tells the story of Midwestern barns through the lens of architecture.  What do barn settings, styles, methods and materials tell us about the people who built them, the life they lived and the role these vanishing country cathedrals played in the settling and building of a growing nation?

"The Barn Raisers" paints a cinematic portrait of barns and barn builders and reminds us that these remnants from America's rural past are still here to be appreciated and experienced.

PROPOSED FEATURES:
Additional scenes, extended interview comments, filmmakers' commentary track, trailers.

$25 - Pre-Order Price (Release price will likely be $26.99 plus shipping)

Pre-order buyers will receive a collectors "The Barn Raisers" postcard now and the DVD is scheduled for shipment in April 2017.

Signed upon request.

CLICK HERE to view film sample No. 1.

CLICK HERE to view film sample No. 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"River to River" DVD


 

 

 

 

River to River: Iowa's Forgotten Highway 6
54 Min. - DVD

What do Bonnie & Clyde, Jesse James, Nancy Drew and Jack Kerouac have in common? U.S. Route 6 in Iowa takes two-lane motorists from Davenport on the Mississippi to Council Bluffs on the Missouri. Built in one day by 10,000 farmers and businesses across the state, Iowa’s Route 6 is part of the second longest transcontinental highway in America. River to River: Iowa’s Forgotten Highway 6 guides viewers on a nostalgic classic car journey through yesterday’s soda shops, filling stations, general stores, drive-ins, and roadside attractions. Experience the sights and sounds, the people and the places that the four-lanes have forgotten...before they are gone forever.

River to River is a documentary from award-winning filmmakers Kelly & Tammy Rundle inspired by the Highway 6 research and photography of David W. Darby.

FEATURES:
Additional scenes, extended interview comments, filmmakers' commentary track, trailers.

$22 - SALE!  Signed upon request.

CLICK HERE to a trailer of the film.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Letters Home to Hero Street" DVD

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Letters Home to Hero Street - 25 Min. - DVD

"Letters Home to Hero Street" focuses on a young Mexican-American veteran's personal view of World War II as told through the letters he sent home to his family in Silvis, Illinois. He becomes one of eight veterans of WWII and the Korean War killed in combat from the same block-and-a half long neighborhood now called Hero Street, USA.

Frank Sandoval was just beginning a new job at the Rock Island Arsenal when he was drafted in 1942. He sent hundreds of letters to family and friends during the two years he was in the service and the 130 letters that remain tell the story of one man's dramatic and epic journey from Illinois to India. Killed on the bank of the Irrawaddy River in Burma on June 1944, Frank was one of the first of the Hero Street Eight to fall in combat.

"Letters Home to Hero Street" features Eric Juarez, Maya Chavez, Cindy Ramos and Josh Wielenga.

The film is a co-production between Fourth Wall Films and WQPT-PBS.

"Letters Home" was produced by Lora Adams, produced and written by Tammy Rundle, and directed by Kelly Rundle.

The film was partially funded by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council.


FEATURES:
Behind-the-scenes featurette, "Tanilo's Story" Featurette, "Letters Home" film trailer

$22.99 - SALE! Signed upon request.

CLICK HERE to Read a Review of the film.

"The subtle powers of words and letters carry extra weight and emotion, in this sensitive, sympathetic new documentary...an understated treatment of a powerful tale."

--Jonathan Turner, Dispatch-Argus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3" DVD

Country School: One Room - One Nation (2010) on IMDb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 - 55 Min.x 2 - DVD

"Ioway 2":
When the Ioway were forcibly removed from their ancestral homelands to a reservation in Kansas and Nebraska, Ioway leader White Cloud The Younger (Mahaska) believed the move would ensure survival for his people. But broken treaties, land loss, the end of communal living, and attempts to diminish their unique language and culture led to the establishment of a second Ioway Tribe and their own “trail of tears.”

"Ioway 3":
As two separate Nations, the Ioway entered the 20th century amid American Indian policies aimed at Native American assimilation. From the Ghost Dance to the American Indian Movement, the Ioway experienced cultural disintegration and rebirth. Successful land claims in the 1970s propelled both Ioway tribes toward greater self-determination and a revival of time-honored Native traditions.


Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3 bring the dramatic Ioway story full circle.


FEATURES:
Full-length alternative soundtracks in the Ioway language (Baxoje). Urban Archaeology, Native American Church and Buffalo Hide Tipi featurettes.  Lewis & Clark Journal Entry, Pipestone/Blood Run Artifacts, John Henry Mound, and extended interview comments.

$19.99 - SALE! Signed upon request.

CLICK HERE to Read a Review of the film.

"COMPELLING...MOVING...VIBRANT...Regardless of your heritage you are bound to be moved by these beautiful films.  The look of the land is painterly.  The Rundles expertly capture oral history, the people you won't soon forget and their past that must not be forgotten."

--Linda Cook, Film Critic, Quad-City Times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Country School: One Room - One Nation" DVD

Country School: One Room - One Nation (2010) on IMDb

 


 

 

 

 

 

Country School: One Room-One Nation - 75 Min. - DVD
From immigration issues in early schools to the controversial demise of their widespread use in the 1950s and 1960s, “Country School” combines visually stunning images of a myriad of restored and decaying buildings--including one designed by Frank Lloyd Wright--with surprising, humorous and heartwarming stories from former teachers and students. More than just nostalgia, “Country School” also delves into the dark side of the one-room school experience and dispels the myths behind the revered institution that helped bind a young nation together.

Powerful on-camera commentary from a who’s who of one-room school historians and writers provides insight into lessons learned from the school days and school ways of yesteryear.

Multilingual classrooms, guns in school, and the pain of consolidation and closure remind us that the dramatic one-room school story continues to provide insight today.

Nominated for a Regional Emmy!

FEATURES:
full-length filmmakers' commentary track, Frank Lloyd Wright-Wyoming Valley Grammar School featurette, Frances Willard School featurette, and extended interview comments.

$19.99 -SALE!  Signed upon request.

CLICK HERE to Read a Review of the film.

"Country School emerges as a definitive portrait of education in a one-room environment, a work that’s every bit as informative, engaging, and impassioned as those telling its tales."

--Mike Schulz, Entertainment Reporter, River Cities Reader

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Order your "Ioway" DVD today!

Lost Nation: The Ioway (2007) on IMDb


 

 

 

 

Lost Nation: The Ioway - 57 Minutes - DVD
“Lost Nation: The Ioway” tells the dramatic true tale of two leaders’ struggle to save their people from inevitable American conquest, and the Ioway’s current fight to retain their unique history and culture.

FEATURES:
nearly two hours of additional video features, a filmmakers' commentary track and an alternative soundtrack--for the feature--in the Ioway language.

$14.99 - SALE!   Signed upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Order your "Villisca" DVD today!

Villisca: Living with a Mystery (2004) on IMDb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Villisca: Living with a Mystery - 1 Hr. 56 Min. - DVD
When eight people are murdered in their beds in 1912, a small rural community spirals into chaos and division.

FEATURES: nearly an hour of additional video features including additional scenes, rare vintage radio show, behind-the-scenes, a filmmakers' commentary track, and a historian commentary track.

CLICK TO READ a review of the "Villisca" DVD

MORE REVIEWS

$19.99 - SALE!  Signed upon request.

 

NEW! Stream the movie online for just $2.99!

Click the link below to view a free excerpt!

http://vimeo.com/ondemand/villisca/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"Lost Nation: The Ioway 2 & 3" DVD

 

 

Ioway Gift Set!  All THREE films on 2-DVDs!*

Lost Nation: The Ioway 1
“Lost Nation: The Ioway” tells the dramatic true tale of two leaders’ struggle to save their people from inevitable American conquest, and the Ioway’s current fight to retain their unique history and culture.
(1700-1837)

Lost Nation: The Ioway 2
When the Ioway were forcibly removed from their ancestral homelands to a reservation in Kansas and Nebraska, Ioway leader White Cloud The Younger (Mahaska) believed the move would ensure survival for his people. But broken treaties, land loss, the end of communal living, and attempts to diminish their unique language and culture led to the establishment of a second Ioway Tribe and their own “trail of tears."
(1837-1878)

Lost Nation: The Ioway 3
As two separate Nations, the Ioway entered the 20th century amid American Indian policies aimed at Native American assimilation. From the Ghost Dance to the American Indian Movement, the Ioway experienced cultural disintegration and rebirth. Successful land claims in the 1970s propelled both Ioway tribes toward greater self-determination and a revival of time-honored Native traditions.
(1878-1970s)

$29.99 SALE!

*Both DVDs have bonus features.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Country School: One Room - One Nation" DVD

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Order your "Villisca" DVD today!

 

Iowa History Gift Set!  All THREE DVDs!*

Country School: One Room-One Nation - 75 Min. - DVD
From immigration issues in early schools to the controversial demise of their widespread use in the 1950s and 1960s, “Country School” combines visually stunning images of a myriad of restored and decaying buildings--including one designed by Frank Lloyd Wright--with surprising, humorous and heartwarming stories from former teachers and students. More than just nostalgia, “Country School” also delves into the dark side of the one-room school experience and dispels the myths behind the revered institution that helped bind a young nation together.

Lost Nation: The Ioway - 57 Minutes - DVD
“Lost Nation: The Ioway” tells the dramatic true tale of two leaders’ struggle to save their people from inevitable American conquest, and the Ioway’s current fight to retain their unique history and culture.

Villisca: Living with a Mystery - 1 Hr. 56 Min. - DVD
When eight people are murdered in their beds in 1912, a small rural community spirals into chaos and division.

$49.99 SALE!

*DVDs each have bonus features.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Exploring Villisca's Axe Murder House - 80 Min.* - DVD
Historian Dr. Edgar Epperly moves from room to room describing the crime scene and early investigation of the 1912 Villisca axe murders. A severe summer thunderstorm rolls in as the detailed tour progresses.  DVD includes a midnight walk with Epperly while he recounts Reverend Lyn George Jacklin Kelly's confession, a lamplight Q & A, and behind-the-scenes footage.

$14.99 SALE!

*Including bonus features.

 

 

 

Villisca Iowa's 1912 Axe Murders - 80 Min.* - DVD
In the spirit of a turn-of-the-century Chautauqua-style performance, historian Dr. Edgar Epperly presents the story of the 1912 Villisca axe murders as town Marshall Hank Horton in Villisca's Rialto Theater.  Nearly 100 years later, the true story of America's greatest unsolved mystery still captivates and informs.  Epperly's one-man show sparkles on stage.

$14.99 SALE!

*Including bonus features.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Villisca: Living with a Mystery" DVD

"Exploring the Axe Murder House" DVD

"Villisca's 1912 Axe Murders with Dr. Edgar Epperly" DVD

 

 

 

Villisca Mystery Gift Set!  All THREE DVDs!

Villisca: Living with a Mystery - 1 Hr. 56 Min. - DVD
When eight people are murdered in their beds in 1912, a small rural community spirals into chaos and division.

Exploring Villisca's Axe Murder House - 80 Min.* - DVD
Historian Dr. Edgar Epperly moves from room to room describing the crime scene and early investigation of the 1912 Villisca axe murders. A severe summer thunderstorm rolls in as the detailed tour progresses.  DVD includes a midnight walk with Epperly while he recounts Reverend Lyn George Jacklin Kelly's confession, a lamplight Q & A, and behind-the-scenes footage.

Villisca Iowa's 1912 Axe Murders - 80 Min.* - DVD
In the spirit of a turn-of-the-century Chautauqua-style performance, historian Dr. Edgar Epperly presents the story of the 1912 Villisca axe murders as town Marshall Hank Horton in Villisca's Rialto Theater.  Nearly 100 years later, the true story of America's greatest unsolved mystery still captivates and informs.  Epperly's one-man show sparkles on stage.

$39.99 SALE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Check out our Classic Car DVDs!

Who doesn't love classic cars or have a car-lover on your gift list?

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"Wagon Kings" DVD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wagon Kings - 45 Min. - DVD
'64-'65 Chevelle 2-Door Wagons. What does it mean to own a classic car that is both valuable and rare?  The Wagon Kings know.  With less than 5,000 Chevelle 300 two-door wagons produced in 1964 and 1965, these stock and custom cars are fewer in number than their better known older brother, the Chevy Nomad.  You may not be royal enough to own one of these treasures, but as a Chevelle, Chevrolet, or American classic car lover you will enjoy the story of these unique car owners and their very rare and beautiful cars. Long live the Wagon Kings!

Filmed in Southern California!

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Studebaker: West Coast Meet - 40 Min. - DVD
Filmed at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, dozens of classic Studebakers and their owners gather on a warm winter day.  Featured cars and trucks, and restoration tips and stories.   The Studebaker brothers would be proud!

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

Doheny Wood! - 45 Min. - DVD
Southern California woodies on sandy beaches under swaying palm trees. What more do you need to know? Fascinating interviews with the owners of featured cars include restoration stories and tips. This video also features general coverage of the entire Doheny Wood classic car show along with historical notes and woody trivia throughout.  Wall to wall wood and all the sights and sounds of a Southern California classic car show.

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

dvd_custom.jpg (13597 bytes) Custom & Classic Car Show - 40 Min. - DVD
Who doesn't love the Munster Koach from the popular TV series?  How about an exclusive interview with Butch "Eddie Munster" Patrick and custom car designer Brett Barris (representing his famous father George Barris).  Add to that a Hot Rod magazine cover car along with other award-winning custom and classic cars on a blustery Southern California day.   Drop the top and catch a classic car breeze!

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

Porshe Meet & Racing Tribute - 55 Min.* - DVD
It's another beautiful day in Southern California and Porsche enthusiasts gather for one of the best classic car shows around.  Featured cars include Porsche A, 356 (from the Streets of San Francisco pilot), 911, 912, 914, 4S, and more.  The DVD also features a documentary profiling racer Scooter Patrick and a tour of the Bunkel Bros. Porsche museum.  Oh, did I mention the Porsche helicopter and tractor?  DVD also includes extra scenes from Scooter's interview.

$9.99 SALE!

*Not including bonus features.

 

The Best of France & Italy IV - 35 Min. - DVD
An interview with Jay Leno reveals the unique story behind his one-of-a-kind and over-the-top Hispano Suiza.  Did you know that Hollywood's stars used to favor French-built Facel Vega cars?  They're here.  Oh, by the way, that's the Lancia from the classic Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison film The Ghost and Mrs. Muir.  Alfa Romeo, Renault, Ferrari, Citroen, and Abarth. They're all here, and more on a misty So Cal day!

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

Chevelle & El Camino Show IV - 55 Min. - DVD
Packed with General Motors eye candy, this program features 1965-1972 Chevrolet Chevelles and 1959-1983 El Caminos.  Stock, custom, sedans, convertibles, wagons...they're all here at another great Southern California classic and custom car show.

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

 

Claremont Concours - 45 Min. - DVD
Interviews include Dick Marconi, racer and owner of the Marconi Automotive Museum and Ken Okuyama the designer of the Enzo Ferrari.  Mr. Marconi brought two Ferraris (including an Enzo) from his $30 million dollar classic car collection.  Other featured cars include Bentley, Rolls Royce, Mercedes Benz, Corvette, a custom Toyota featured in The Fast and the Furious, and some really cool home-built pedal cars (no kidding!).

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

Mustangs at the Queen Mary - 45 Min. - DVD
Can you lead a horse to water? When classic Ford Mustangs gather in the shadow the classic oceanliner the Queen Mary, magic ensues. Captivating interviews with the owners of featured cars share restoration war stories and tips as well as Mustang history and trivia. General coverage of the show and awards complete the package. Featured Mustangs join a 1965 Ford Fairlane Sports Coupe and a 1997 Ford F150 custom along with all the sights and sounds of a Southern California classic car show by the sea.

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

The Best of France & Italy II - 45 Min. - DVD
French and Italian classic cars gather in the San Fernando Valley to compete for awards and admiring glances.   A one-owner Bugatti leads a parade of collectable and driveable automobiles including Lancia Flavia, Alfa Romeo, Facel Vega, Delahaye, Fiat, Matra Murena and Djet, Citroen Truckett, and (bonus!) a Moto Rumi Junior Racer motorcycle.

$9.99 SALE!

 

 

 

Chrysler Performance West Fall Fling - 43 Min. - DVD
Sing along? "Down in the val-ley, the val-ley so low.  Hang your head o-ver, see the MOPARs go."  Chrysler Corporation classic cars featured on this DVD include a 1936 Plymouth P2 Deluxe convertible, 1954 and 1955 Chrysler 300s, 1962 Plymouth Belvedere, a 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T (426 Hemi!), and even a Dodge truck or two.  Barracuda? Yes! Duster and Road Runner? Yes!  All that and more.

$9.99 SALE!

 

 


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