The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a chat with Frederick Keeve, writer and star of the new film being released by Dark Star Pictures, The Accompanist, due out on Demand June 2nd. Frederick tells us about the film’s genesis and culminating in the release as well as the interesting career he has had. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.
About Frederick Keeve
Frederick, who has appeared recently on HBO’s Westworld, and has appeared in such films as Gone Girl and Land of the Lost, is also an accomplished music composer. In addition, Keeve has produced not only films but special events. He wrote and organized “An Evening with George Shdanoff,” at the world-famous Argyle Hotel in West Hollywood, celebrating Mr. Shdanoff’s 90th birthday with world-class ballet dancers, a concert pianist, and over 100 celebrity guests flown in from around the world. Keeve hired two-time Emmy winner Sharon Gless, screen legend Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and screen icon Oscar-winner Patricia Neal to co-host the prestigious event.
Keeve has optioned and developed screenplays from best-selling novels by noted writers such as Edgar winner T. Jefferson Parker and Pulitzer-nominated author Bill Granger. He has also developed a slate of eight independent feature films with budgets ranging from $2.5M to $20M with Sonny Ritscher, Chief Controller for mega-budget films at both Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox (Watchmen, Green Lantern, Unfaithful). Keeve is a sought-after script doctor and enjoys writing screenplay coverage. He was hired to adapt a vampire novel, Vengeance Comes, for the screen.
Acclaimed gay love story and musical THE ACCOMPANIST premieres On Demand June 2
“A timely gay love story with music at its heart”*, The Accompanist is the latest film from acclaimed writer and Frederick Keeve.
Keeve stars in the film alongside Ricky Palomino, Aaron Cavette and Juliet Doherty.
A talented pianist, haunted by his past, searches for redemption when he meets a beautiful dancer at the ballet studio where he plays. When the dancer’s boyfriend sees the attraction between the two men, he wages war to win his lover back.
The Accompanist will be available on digital June 2 from Dark Star Pictures.
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