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 and Kyle Cooper attached to direct.

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.