A college professor and occasional TV historian Keith has written forty five-dull books and produced several documentaries one of which has won awards. In a previous life he was a professional stand-up comedian and was once pelted with Labradors by a blind audience. He cheats at golf, waves at lobsters in stores, and has three children whom he continues to support in case he should ever need a body part. He is presently producing a documentary to be filmed in LA later this year. He lives in the green bean and moonshine belt in the Mid-West.
Dr. Shoe and Dangerous Doug
Film (Documentary and Short) Producer Dr. Shoe (Randy Burge) and his side-kick Dangerous Doug (Doug Price) are old school cobblers and shoe repairers in a small town in the Mid-West. The short documentary shows a talented shoe man and his helper battling to keep old school skills and courtesies alive in a world of disposables .
Dr. Shoeand Dangerous Doug II
Film (Documentary) Producer Two old school shoe repairers keep their craft alive in a disposable world.
Playing It Forward
Film (Documentary, Action, Biography and Sport) Producer The documentary Playing it Forward shows a week with The Worcester Royals, a college American football team in England who in their first four seasons had never won a single game. The film reveals attitudes towards the sport in England through players, coaches, fans and an engaging group of local 'characters'. The differences between the near fanatical approach to college football in the USA are contrasted with the pure grass roots 'amateurism' of the UK college teams where camaraderie, socializing, and good sportsmanship hold sway.
Another Man's Treasure
Film (Short and Reality-TV) Producer A group of locals attempt to furnish an empty house entirely with trash picked items in four hours.
Marina del Rey Film Festival - Audience Choice - Best Documentary
Santa Monica Independent Film Festival - Honorable Mention