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Documentary filmmaker, author, screenwriter, dogaholic
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Another Nutshell Exhibit in 2018!!
 Murder in Miniature: The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death Boston Museum of Fine Arts  October 13, 2018–January 21, 2019 In the 1940s, Frances Glessner Lee (1878–1962), a pioneer in forensic science, crafted the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death fo...
Another Nutshell Exhibit in 2018!!
Another Nutshell Exhibit in 2018!!
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Check out this great radio segment on Frances Glessner Lee. The producer, Hannah MaCarthy is completely badass. I really enjoyed being interviewed by her. (Strange how often I said "stupid" in this interview!) Listen to the story of Frances Glessner Lee
Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death
Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death
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Of Dolls & Murder screening at Smith Rafael Film Center
Screening Thursday, June 14, 2018 at Film Rafael Film Center. Forensic expert and free gift following the screening. Too bad they didn't invite the filmmakers because we would love to be there!
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Frances Glessner Lee at the Bethlehem, NH Public Library
New display at Bethlehem (NH) Public Library. The Frances Glessner Lee and Nutshell Studies Collection. Love that Of Dolls & Murder made the display.
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Happy Birthday Frances Glessner Lee!
March 25, 1878 - 140 years ago, Frances Glessner Lee was born in Chicago, Illinois. And the world was never the same.
Happy Birthday Frances Glessner Lee!
Happy Birthday Frances Glessner Lee!
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The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death - Destroyed Diorama
Frances Glessner Lee and The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death - Destroyed Diorama I recently purchased a photo of Frances Glessner Lee that I had never seen before - taken in 1961. I love that she's wearing her iconic black pillbox hat. (Will they ever...
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Frances Glessner Lee - another woman who changed history
We are such big fans of
Frances Glessner Lee that we made one documentary film about her and her
Nutshells, we're almost done with a second doc and I wrote a screenplay and tv pilot about her
that I'm happy to say they both turned out better than I could ha...
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Frances Glessner Lee and why I still care. (repost)
Over
the years of working on several different film projects on Frances
Glessner Lee, I've become the unofficial keeper of her history. And I'll
keep her history until history stops forgetting her. A few years back, I made the documentary film Of Dolls &...
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The Miniatures of Frances Glessner Lee & Narcissa Thorne (repost)
The Miniatures of Frances Glessner Lee & Narcissa Thorne The Thorne Miniature Rooms at the Art Institute of Chicago Narcissa Niblack Thorne (May 2, 1882 – June 25, 1966) When most people think of a wealthy socialite from Chicago famous for creating miniatur...
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Patron Saint of Forensics - Frances Glessner Lee (Repost)
I wrote the following about Frances Glessner Lee - aka Fanny - the creator of the dollhouse scenes of death. Without
her, we wouldn't have a story to tell,  films to make. It's an honor to work on so many projects about Fanny - a woman who didn't want crim...
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