Keith Randal Duncan has been in the motion media and entertainment industries for over 30 years. He has worked as a producer, director, writer, videographer, assistant cameraman (Film), special effects make-up artist, effects coordinator, set designer and grip. Keith has also worked on several independent feature films as well as in television, professional theater and in the attraction and event industry.
Keith is a former two term board member of the Dallas Producers Association, a founding member of the Texas Motion Picture Alliance, a member of the Texas Association of Motion Media Professionals, a charter
member of the International Association of Haunted Attractions and a life-long member of the American Film Institute.
Keith founded a nonprofit educational effort with Martha Duncan, The Movie Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that uses motion media to train life, leadership and success skills. Since 2000 MI has presented Kamp Hollywood (www.kamphollywood.com), a nonprofit moviemaking summer camp that teaches
both production and acting through the creation of an independent short film. This year the camp is July 25-31 and takes place at MediaTech Institute.
Keith is a certified nonprofit manager and a member of the Center for Nonprofit Management, Dallas, the Texas Association for Nonprofit Organizations, the Plano and Frisco Chambers of Commerce and the Frisco Association for the Arts. He is an instructor and curriculum writer at MediaTech Institute.
Some of his most recent projects are short films as Executive Producer for MediaTech Institute that include an award-winning science fiction drama titled “Pleasant Dreams”, a contemporary comedy titled “The Keith Coogan Experience” with Hollywood actor Keith Coogan (“Soulkeeper”, “Toy Soldiers”, “Adventures in Babysitting”). For The Movie Institute he was Executive Producer for a documentary short by director Valentina Thrift (official selection, Thin Line Film Festival-2013). Keith is currently CEO of The Movie Institute and is overseeing its national expansion while working for MediaTech Institute and being in development on a transmedia entertainment project titled “Battle Run”.