KEITH FULTON and LOU PEPE are directors of both documentary and fiction films and have made movies together for over 20 years.
Fulton is a native of Boston, Massachusetts and holds a B.A. in Art History from Haverford College and an MFA in Film Production from Temple University. He is a fellow of the Sundance Institute’s Writers and Documentary Labs.
Pepe was born in Philadelphia and holds a B.A. in Computer Science and Film Studies from M.I.T. and an MFA from Temple University. He is a fellow of the Sundance Institute’s Directors and Documentary Labs. Pepe is also an Associate Professor at Temple University and directs Temple's Los Angeles Study Away Program.
Fulton and Pepe’s documentary feature LOST IN LA MANCHA stands as the first and only verité chronicle of the collapse of a major motion picture, was nominated for the European Film Award for Best Documentary, and won the Evening Standard’s Peter Sellers Award for Best Comedy.
Their fiction film debut BROTHERS OF THE HEAD was winner of the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature in 2006. For AMC, the team created the original documentary special MALKOVICH’S MAIL. They are also the authors of numerous screenplays, including THE WIZARDS OF PERFIL, which made the Hollywood Black List in 2007.
Fulton and Pepe’s most recent documentary release THE BAD KIDS received the Special Jury Prize for Verité Filmmaking at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and was selected for the American Film Showcase. It was recently nominated for both a Peabody Award and an Emmy.