Keith Kopp is an award-winning film director from the Pacific Northwest of America based in SW England. From an early age Keith was attracted to personal and intimate stories on the big screen and after five years of his youth in the military he decided to make his dream a reality. He attended London Film School and was mentored by Gus Van Sant on his film GAGE.
Keith’s work has been screened in film festivals globally (Portland Film Festival, Belfast Film Festival, Encounters Film Festival) and on Sky TV. He is drawn to themes relating to transformation, redemption and family dynamics. Keith is passionate about all of the details of filmmaking but places a special emphasis on performance and relishes working with actors.
He is currently in the postproduction with his debut feature film TRANSLATIONS, a romance drama based in Wales. When an agoraphobic translator is tracked down by her dead brother's friend, he attempts to show her the world she's missing by staying inside.
Keith and his writer Laurence Guy received the BFI Network Development Award for their film HEADWATER. Awards - Best Director (Short Film Show 2018), Best Film (Honor Film Festival 2018). He is a member of Directors UK and a colleague of the United States Veterans Artist Alliance.
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