The films of Douglas Keeve have garnered top honors at Sundance and Tribeca Film Festivals. A renowned photographer and commercial director, Keeve has worked with GQ, Esquire, Interview Magazine, Glamour. Seagrams, Tommy Hilfiger, Nintendo, L’Oreal, Victoria’s Secret, Armani, DeBeers, Michael Kors, J.Crew, Calvin Klein and Facebook.
Keeve’s VH1 documentary “NAOMI CONQUERS AFRICA” chronicles supermodel Naomi Campbell’s “perilous” trip to South Africa documenting an intimate visit with then President Nelson Mandela.
Capturing the obsessive dedication, sophistication and brattiness that ‘is’ the fashion world, Keeve’s seminal documentary “UNZIPPED” won the Sundance Film Festival and went on to unprecedented box office success.
Vanity Fair raved, “Until now, no documentary has been able to do more than remind us of fashion’s transient import. The surprise of ‘UNZIPPED’ arrives when you realize you’re actually watching a very funny, slightly bent film.”
Keeve’s Tribeca Film Festival award winning documentary on the tragedy-tinged “HOTEL GRAMERCY PARK” follows the decline and resurrection of a beloved New York landmark. Studio 54 founder / hotel impresario Ian Schrager battles to restore the hotel to its former glory. The building fights back at every turn in this funny, heart-breaking film.
POLLY, a feature documentary on the life and career of wildly controversial American Vogue Fashion Editor Polly Mellen.
SUPREME MODELS, a six-part documentary series celebrating the iconic black women who revolutionized fashion. Executive Producers R.J. Cutler and Iman.