I'm more than a little thrilled to announce that we are finished with our independent documentary film Murder in a Nutshell: The Frances Glessner Lee Story - a follow up to our other documentary film on the Nutshell Studies - Of Dolls & Murder.
True, you never know when you are done-done with a film. But for now, we are done. Unless of course we get some more funding. That would change everything! There is so much more that we could do to make this documentary film amazing.
Although, I must say, Frances Glessner Lee's story is pretty amazing already.
|Inside the not so glamorous world of post production on Murder in a Nutshell|
|Over the years, it just got less and less glamorous! But we never tired of the story. Not once.|
|Editor John Kurtis Dehn works hard while I take photos|
|Robin Barnes from Kitchen - one of Frances G. Lee's Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death|
|Filmmakers John Kurtis Dehn and Susan Marks from inside a Nutshell|
|Why did she bake a cake before killing herself?|