Keith Wilhelm Kopp

Keith Wilhelm Kopp


Bath, United Kingdom

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About Keith

Keith Wilhelm Kopp is an award-winning film director from the Pacific Northwest of America based in SW England. He spent five years of his youth in the military figuring out that he was more suited for the film industry than the grunt life. He is interested in themes relating to transformation, redemption and family dynamics. He is currently in the edit with his first feature film Translations.

His short films have screened in film festivals globally and on Sky TV. Keith and his writer Laurence Guy are currently developing their sophomore feature with help from the BFI Network Development Award.

Awards - Best Director (Short Film Show 2018), Best Film (Honor Film Festival 2018), Best Director and Best Western (Independent Short Awards 2018), Best Original Film Award (The Wild Bunch Film Festival 2018). He is a member of Directors UK and a colleague of the United States Veterans Artist Alliance.

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  • Translations

    Translations (2021)
    Film Director

  • Helena

    Helena (2020)
    Film Director

  • Scavenger

    Scavenger (2019)
    Film Director

  • Turned to the Sun

    Turned to the Sun (2018)
    Film Director

  • The Ritual

    The Ritual (2018)
    Film Casting director

  • Love and Coffee

    Love and Coffee (2017)
    Film Director

  • Our Night

    Our Night (2017)
    Film (Short, Drama, Romance and War) Director On the eve of going to war, a young soldier meets his lover for one last night of passion. As the night unfolds, and their uniforms come off, the truth about how they feel emerges.

  • Turnaround

    Turnaround (2015)
    Film (Short and Thriller) Director Add a Plot »

  • Paralysis

    Paralysis (2015)
    Film (Short and Horror) Director Add a Plot »

  • Gage

    Gage (2014)
    Film (Short, Drama, History and Western) Director The mysterious case of Phineas Gage has changed and inspired thoughts on mental health, neuroscience, and behavior for over 100 years. For the first time on film, the inexplicable true story of Phineas Gage is brought to life. Set in Cavendish, Vermont, the tragedy of Gage is seen through the eyes of his physician, Dr. John Harlow. Life is interrupted the day that the affable Gage, a beloved railroad worker suffers an explosion that plunges a tamping rod weighing over 13 pounds through his skull. Miraculously, Dr. Harlow manages to save his life, but brain damage leaves Gage's world forever skewed. Harlow attempts to restore Gage's' outlook on life, while also struggling to explain the drastic personality shift to a town of people who, in 1848, do not understand the consequences of traumatic brain injury. Written by Alyssa Roehrenbeck

  • The Fruits of Labour

    The Fruits of Labour (2014)
    Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department A father and son living in a remote forest have their spiritual and ritualistic lives upturned when a young girl discovers their secluded home. Secrets are uncovered and jealousy builds as the father tries desperately to end his son's friendship with the girl before Mother Earth enacts her deadly revenge. Written by Anonymous

  • The Here and Now

    The Here and Now (2013)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director Add a Plot »

  • Those Who Are Left

    Those Who Are Left (2013)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Director Add a Plot »

  • Trivia

    Trivia (2013)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »

  • Sacred River

    Sacred River (2013)
    Film (Short and Mystery) Cinematographer A retired Entomologist seeks absolution for a crime he committed decades ago as a young researcher living in India.

  • Bodies

    Bodies (2013)
    Film (Short, Drama and Romance) Editor The reclusive and methodical life of a lonely morgue assistant is suddenly altered with the arrival of a charming dead girl.

  • True Love

    True Love (2012)
    Television (Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Set in Margate, each episode, created by actor improvisation, acts as a self-contained story, though all five stories are set in the same place and time and roughly interlink: A married man is torn between his family and his first love; a female teacher develops feelings for a female pupil; a middle aged woman ponders how to deal with stale marriage and cheating husband; a new father experiences love at first sight with a younger woman; and a divorcée searching for true love deals with an obsessive stalker. Written by Anonymous

  • My Language Is Not Knowing

    My Language Is Not Knowing (2011)
    Film (Short) Director A young woman explains the beauty of foreign languages and her ability to appreciate them but never be able to speak or know what they mean. We follow Belle as she explores the many exotic locations of her city. The film was inspired by the director discovery of his dyslexia and by his long passion of listening to foreign music and films. Written by Keith Kopp

  • My Dark Side

    My Dark Side (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Director Michel is a projectionist at a local art house cinema, lonely and depressed from his break up from the love of his life Miranda. He works unsociable hours and fantasizes constantly about his memories in the format of films. During our short time we see the highlights of Michel & Miranda's relationship, they're meeting, vacationing on the beach and their break up. Written by Keith Kopp

  • The Meeting Place

    The Meeting Place (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Anna waits on the hilltop for Johnny to return to her. When he does, Anna is faced with an unprecedented decision, one that has unimaginable consequences for both of them.


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