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Red Echo Group is a not-for-profit arts organization with the purpose of bringing arts programing to the community and helping other non-profits passionately tell their stories through film and video.  Red Echo Group has supported dozens of film and tv projects in the past few years, and now is working with public television to bring more distribution to stories with impact.

ERIC KEITH is a member of the Producers Guild of America (PGA) and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (Television Academy); Eric has served as a producer and CEO for Capstone Entertainment Group for the past 16 years. During that time, he has functioned as Managing Member of Capstone Film Group, a holding company for multiple entertainment ventures, including the television and OTT production and distribution company SPACEMOB, where he serves as Chief Content Officer and Executive Producer. As Chief Content Officer for SPACEMOB, Eric currently serves as the Head of Business Development as well as oversees Business Affairs and Creative Development for Stan Lee Holdings properties, the Omniverse Collection created by Stan Lee.

Eric has worked on multiple award-winning shows for major studios and networks, including Netflix, ABC, NBC Universal, CNBC, HBO, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros Television, Amblin Entertainment, John Wells Productions, DreamWorks, and Miramax. He has produced more than twelve feature films.

Eric also served as Executive Producer for Forget Me Not, the supernatural thriller starring Carly Schroeder, Cody Linely, Jillian Murray, and Bella Thorn, distributed by Entertainment One’s subsidiary Phase 4 Films domestically and Screen Media internationally. Forget Me Not was the #1 horror film on iTunes for 6 weeks, #2 on Redbox, in heavy rotation on Showtime, and won Best Horror Film at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. Among his proudest achievements is serving as the producer of a new documentary about troubled girls growing up in Middle America, which has been shot over the past 13 years, Girl Unscripted, slated to start running on PBS in October 2023.

Eric studied independent producing, film marketing, and distribution at UCLA. In addition, he received executive certificates from Harvard Business School in The Business of Entertainment, Sports, and Media (BEMS), and in Disruptive Strategy with Clayton Christensen. He also received a Business Foundations Specialization from the Wharton School. Eric got his start at the Tony Award-winning regional theatre company Actors Theatre of Louisville as a member of their Apprentice/Intern Company.



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