PCH Films

We are an independent production company located in Los Angeles, California.


PCH Films, based in Los Angeles, California, is a multimedia company founded by James Keach, Jane Seymour and Trevor Albert in 2007. The company develops, produces, and finances feature film, TV, documentaries, animation and music. The partners extensive credits include Walk The Line, Groundhog Day, League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Because Of Winn Dixie, National Lampoons Vacation, Dr Quinn Medicine Woman, award winning documentary Disease Of the Wind and many others.

PCH most recently released the award winning feature film Waiting For Forever directed by James Keach starring Rachel Bilson, Tom Sturridge, Richard Jenkins and Blythe Danner.

Keach and Albert are currently in production on the feature length documentary about legendary musician Glen Campbell and his battle with Alzheimer’s disease. The filmmakers will be following Glen and his family on his goodbye tour documenting both Glens musical and personal journey as he performs concerts throughout the United States, Australia and Europe. The documentary will include interviews, with a multitude of world-renowned musicians, to discuss the collaboration and inspiration that Glen has provided for a whole generation of artists. The film will also allow the audience an unprecedented view of a very public figure dealing with this devastating disease.

PCH has numerous projects in development including an animated feature adaptation of the best selling children’s book Skippyjon Jones written by Judy Schachner and adapted by Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stoleberg. They are also developing an adaptation of the Bram Stoker award winning author Peter Straub’s short story Mr. Clubb and Mr. Cuff, which is being written by Bill Fitzhugh.

Also in development is Skin, a contemporary thriller, written by Adam Alleca and Anthony Cipriano. Theatre of War written by Joe Robert Cole. Slowman written by and Neal Stevens, Bruce Joel Rubin and Karen Krohner. As well as, Walk Of Fame written by Mark Andrus and based on the novel Burn Baby Burn.

The company’s goal is to continue to create intelligent and humanistic entertainment across multiple platforms that appeals to a broad audience.


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James Keach

James Keach

Director • Producer View Details
Trevor Albert

Trevor Albert

Producer View Details
James Keach

James Keach

Director • Producer

Born in New York, James 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 theater in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. His most recent success was 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 two Grammy Awards.

Prior to that, Keach produced “Walk the Line,” for which the Producerʼs 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 association with Clint Eastwood and Malpas Productions, James directed the Warner Bros. feature film “The Stars Fell on Henrietta,” starring Robert Duvall. He received the Cable Ace Award for the cable feature “The Forgotten,” which he co-wrote and directed. He also received the Western Heritage Award for Best Director for the series “The Young Riders.”

Trevor Albert

Trevor Albert


TREVOR ALBERT has been producing films for over 20 years. He started his journey as a journalism and film major at the University of California at San Diego. Trevor worked his way through college as a journalist for the San Diego Reader. Upon graduation, he moved up the California coast to pursue a film career in Los Angeles. After working as a film researcher at Universal Pictures and Warner Brothers, he accepted a position with producers Jon Peters and Barbra Streisand. He was assigned to work with Harold Ramis on Ramis’ directorial debut, Caddyshack. From that point on Trevorʼs passion for movies led him quickly up the Hollywood ladder, starting with the classic American comedy Groundhog Day, the script for which he found and developed.

As president of Ramis’ company Ocean Pictures, Trevor went on to produce Groundhog Day and a series of other very popular American movies including Multiplicity, starring Michael Keaton, and Bedazzled, starring Brendan Fraser. When Ramis moved back to his hometown of Chicago, Albert created his own company and went on to produce The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, starring Sean Connery, The First Twenty Million is the Hardest, starring Rosario Dawson, and the children’s film Because of Winn-Dixie, starring Cicely Tyson, Jeff Daniels, Eve Marie Saint, Dave Matthews and AnnaSophia Robb. Winn-Dixie was directed by Wayne Wang and released by Twentieth Century Fox. The film was made for only 14 million dollars and has earned almost 70 million dollars.

Gratified to be able to make intelligent and inspiring entertainment, Trevor is a distinguished of member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Producers Guild of America. His most recent film, Waiting for Forever, released February 2011. Co-produced and directed by James Keach, it stars Tom Sturridge, Rachel Bilson, Richard Jenkins, Blythe Danner, and Nikki Blonsky.


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