Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Buy the DVD/Back sequel

A sneak peak at a doll from our sequel, created by Cynthia von Buhler

The big news for the next couple weeks is all about Kickstarter - an online crowd sourcing site to help artists raise funds. It's an all or nothing deal. We are trying to raise funds to launch a sequel to Of Dolls & Murder and one of the rewards for backing the sequel project is the DVD of Of Dolls & Murder. Win/Win!

So if you want more and more dead dolls, watch this video and hopefully donate!

Saturday, October 1, 2011

October is Of Dolls & Murder month!

The Regional Premiere of Of Dolls & Murder at the Heights Theater in Minneapolis 9-28-11

October is here and we declare it Of Dolls & Murder month!

(We did the same thing last year and no one objected, so we're just going to run with it.)

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The Of Dolls & Murder DVD is available for purchase! Go to or click here. The DVD includes the extended version of the film as well as extra features. Of Dolls & Murder merchandise (necklaces and posters) are also available and we will be adding more soon.

Kickstarter & DVD

If you're looking for more bang for your buck, you can receive a DVD of the film as a reward when you donate to our new kickstarter campaign for Of Dolls & Murder - the Sequel. We just launch a campaign today based on the work of artist Cynthia von Buhler, who is creating her own dollhouse crime scenes based on a murder mystery in her own family. We're hoping to feature her story in a new documentary film.

Read more about it and watch the video here.


We started screening Of Dolls & Murder this summer and now we seem to be adding new screenings each week. We hope to make it to your favorite independent theater.

October Screenings

Of Dolls & Murder in the News

We received some great reviews and press recently:
  • Euan Kerr of Minneapolis Public Radio produced a wonderful segment. You can read or listen here. He interviewed us as well as John Waters for the segment.
  • For the life of us we can't understand why this reviewer called our film a "puppet show" but it is a truly well-done and insightful article.
  • Great and thoughtful article by Max Sparber.
We also won Best Documentary Feature Film at the Arizona Underground Film Festival!