Over the past 6 years, Keegan DeWitt has brought 12 films to the Sundance Film Festival, titles that would go on to garner an Academy Award, multiple Sundance Audience Awards, and multiple Independent Spirit Awards. In 2016, he premiered the highly anticipated TV show “Divorce” at HBO, and in 2017 prepares to premiere another in “Making History” at Fox. Both finding him working alongside some of the most respected and exciting creatives working today.
This year he brings 4 films to the Sundance Film Festival, including a late surprise entry by director Drake Doremus (“Equals”, “Like Crazy”) titled “Newness”. He has reteamed with Brett Haley for “The Hero” as well as Alex Ross Perry for “Golden Exits”. Finally, he works with Jim Strouse (“People, Places, Things”) for the first time on “The Incredible Jessica James”.
HBO’s "Divorce" (ft. Sarah Jessica Parker) is a centerpiece of the heralded network’s new-look lineup and has already been renewed for a second season. “Making History”, a collaboration with “Napoleon Dynamite” director Jared Hess and “LEGO Movie” producers Chris Miller and Phil Lord, will make it’s premiere this spring as part of Fox’s highly competitive Sunday night lineup. Last but not least, he’s just begun work on a yet-to-be-announced hour- long drama for Showtime.
In parallel to his work as a composer, DeWitt is the lead singer and songwriter of the band Wild Cub, who’s hit “Thunder Clatter” recently sat in the top 15 at Alternative Radio.