JonBenet's Tricycle - A Short Film [see below for more footage!]    We were in the Denver Post! [click image]

Unfortunately, our Kickstarter did not fund.
BIG thanks to everyone who donated through Open Media Foundation for Colorado Gives Day!

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We WILL make this movie!!

The short premiered at the 39th Denver Film Festival on November 10th and 11th and was very well-received!
We decided to put it online for the world to see - and hopefully be inspired to back our feature-length film.

This documentary is a directorial debut and a personal story about a man (the Director) who is so caught up in collecting, he is practically buried by all of his things. An art exhibition of his collections comprised over 8,000 objects in well over 100 categories and was featured in many news outlets, including CBS Evening news with Katie Couric.
Links are available on his site:

Living in Boulder, Colorado, in the 1990s, he became very interested in the JonBenét Ramsey case in 1996 and all that surrounded it (along with much of the rest of the world). He acquired Jonbenét's Tricycle way back then and has been wondering what to do with it ever since. With the 20th anniversary of the unsolved case in December 2016, he set out to make a feature film, which is well underway.

It's not only about the tricycle, but also the candy canes seen along the front walk of the Ramsey house. It is told in the context of the collector who possesses these items and how they rfont>

                                                   The 30 second movie teaser!