PCH Films, based in Los Angeles, California, is an award-winning multimedia and post-production company co-founded by acclaimed filmmaker James Keach in 2007. The company develops, produces, and finances feature films and documentaries in addition to offering a wide range of post production services. The company’s goal is to continue to create intelligent, humanistic entertainment across multiple platforms that appeals to a broad audience. PCH Films’ releases include the Oscar-nominated feature documentary Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me (received three GRAMMY Awards), Augie, Turning Point, David Crosby: Remember My Name, and Critics’ Choice Award-winning Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice, which was one of the top-grossing documentaries of 2019. Its newest project, Linda and the Mockingbirds, celebrates Mexican music and culture and features music superstars Linda Ronstadt and Jackson Browne. Produced and directed by Keach, Linda and the Mockingbirds will be released in Fall 2020.
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Born in New York, James Keach has been a part of the film industry as an actor, director, writer, and producer. A graduate of Northwestern University and the Yale School of Drama, he received classical training as an actor at the New York Shakespeare Festival and was a founding member of the Body Politic Theater in Chicago.
James has appeared in over fifty feature films and has produced and directed hundreds of hours of television. He directed the award-winning documentary Glen Campbell… I’ll Be Me, which showed the legendary singer’s unprecedented “Goodbye Tour” after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Glen Campbell… I’ll Be Me was nominated for an Academy Award® and won three Grammy® Awards.
In 2018, James produced and directed the award-winning Augie, which was released theatrically and on digital platforms and tells the story of Augie Nieto, the genius entrepreneur and LifeFitness founder who was diagnosed with ALS over a decade ago and how he continues to work every day to find the cure for the disease.
2019 saw the distribution of two documentaries produced by James, David Crosby: Remember My Name, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, and Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice, which was one of the highest grossing documentaries of 2019 prior to its broadcast debut on CNN on New Year’s Day 2020. The film has been named “Best Music Documentary” by the Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards.
Prior to that, James produced Walk the Line, for which the Producers’ Guild of America nominated him Motion Picture Producer of the Year. Walk the Line was also nominated for several Academy and Golden Globe awards, winning the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture and garnering Reese Witherspoon her Academy Award® for Best Actress.
In 2020 Keach will have two films released:Ab Turning Point, an extraordinary documentary that follows the quest for the first medication that could treat the underlying processes of Alzheimer’s disease, and Linda and the Mockingbirds, which celebrates Mexican music and culture and features music superstars Linda Ronstadt and Jackson Browne.