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Keith Bearden was born in Connecticut, USA. He is a director and writer, known for The Raftman's Razor (2005), Train Town (2007) and Antarctica (2020). See full bio »

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(2005)
Train Town Director
(2007)
Antarctica Director
(2020)
(2010)

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 2020 Antarctica
 2017 No Costume No Candy (Short)
 2007 Train Town (Short)
 2005 The Raftman's Razor (Short)
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 2020 Antarctica
 2017 No Costume No Candy (Short)
 2014 How to Get Rich in 13 Easy Steps (Short) (co-writer)
 2010 Meet Monica Velour (written by)
 2007 Train Town (Short)
 2005 The Raftman's Razor (Short) (screenplay)
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 2001 The Masterpiece (Short)
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 2020 Antarctica (producer)
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 2021 No Rest for the Weekend (TV Series)
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Everything I want to do is 'counter-programming.' That's because almost everything I see in the movies today is disengaged from the reality that I see and experience.

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