DRAW UP
& STARE

A powerhouse cast of Michael O’Keefe, Linda Powell, and Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo. Directed by Jeremiah Kipp and written and produced by Emily Donahoe.

COMING IN 2021

DRAW UP
& STARE

A powerhouse cast of Michael O’Keefe, Linda Powell, and Academy Award Winner Melissa Leo. Directed by our good friend Jeremiah Kipp and written and produced by Emily Donahoe.

COMING IN 2021

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A FEW OF THE GREAT ONES

Michael O'Keefe as Danny Noonan
CADDYSHACK – 1980
Directed by Harold Ramis

Michael O’Keefe starring as Danny Noonan.

Homeland - Clare Danes & Michael O'Keefe
HOMELAND – 2011-2020
American Spy Thriller Series

My role as CIA agent “John Redmond” brought me into conflict with Clare Danes’ “Carrie Mattheson.

Ironweed - Michael O’Keefe
Ironweed – 1987
Directed by Hector Babenco

Jack Nicholson, Carroll Baker & Michael O’Keefe. Also starring Meryl Streep.

Ben - The Great Santini
The Great Santini – 1979
Directed by Lewis John Carlino

My role as “Ben Meecham,” Pat Conroy’s alter ego in his novel The Great Santini, was my first leading role, and lead to a lifelong friendship with Pat.

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CADDYING AT THE US OPEN – 2020

“What started as a kind of lark, written for Golf.com, expressing my far fetched desire to caddy at the US Open because it was held at Winged Foot Golf Club, where I caddied as a teenager, and trained for my role as “Danny Noonan” in Caddyshack, ended up with me actually getting to caddy there after Carson Daly ran a piece on the Today Show about it. That lead to the NY Post, and ESPN jumping on the story. It was one of the most mind blowing things that ever happened to me.”

RAISING THE ASHES

I directed this documentary about a five-day interfaith retreat at Auschwitz. Teacher and activist Roshi Bernie Glassman brought together 150 diverse people, including a few descendants of both camp survivors and Nazis, for a meditation experience. With soundtrack songs by Patti Smith and Neil Young, the film is an exploration of the past, with an eye towards addressing social issues in the present.  The film is available via Vimeo after donating to the Zen Peacemaker Order.

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