Rita Crundwell, former city comptroller of Dixon, IL (pop. 15,838) committed the largest municipal fraud in American history when she stole $53 million and remained undetected for 20 years. All the Queen’s Horses follows her crime, her lavish lifestyle and the small town she left in her wake.
Kelly is director of All the Queen’s Horses. Her first documentary, Crossing the Line: Ordinary People Committing Extraordinary Crimes, won numerous national education innovation awards is used... more»
Raymond was an Associate Producer for the Slow Burn and also writer/producer of award winning documentary, Phunny Business: A Black Comedy. He’s also co-producer on the 2016 Sundance selection,... more»
Kristyn specializes in multimedia content development projects used in educational and corporate environments. Kristyn also worked on Crossing the Line: Ordinary People Committing Extraordinary... more»
Justine Nagan, Gordon Quinn, Betsy Steinber, Ivy Walker (Executive Producers)
If this can happen in Dixon, this can happen anywhere.
Genre: Documentary, Crime/Fraud