Changing Lives One Frame at a Time
The Movie Institute is a 501(c)(3) youth development nonprofit organization that empowers young people with career development and positive character growth through a variety of motion media camps, workshops, classes, after school programs and real world training in professional-level videos for businesses and other nonprofits.
Their Future is Our Future
The Movie Institute has developed an effective and unique method of using the creativity and discipline of the motion media arts and sciences to mentor and train vital life and leadership skills in young people so that they can create contributing, purpose-driven and successful lives.
The Movie Institute is dedicated to the training of life and leadership skills in young people and adults through the creativity and discipline of the motion media arts and sciences.
Our vision is for a community filled with people leading productive and successful lives.
The Movie Institute was founded by Keith Randal Duncan with co-founder Martha Duncan in the year 2000. Our flagship program, Kamp Hollywood moviemaking summer camp has produced graduates who used their experience and training to get into acclaimed post-secondary schools such as NYU, SMU, UCLA, Cal-Arts, Columbia University, and USC Film Schools. Based in Collin County Texas, we are expanding our program offerings and scope to better serve the community in North Texas.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Keith Randal Duncan
Interim Chairman, CEO and Founder
Keith is a veteran of film and video production with over 40 years of experience in the industry. He is a current member and former two term board member of the Dallas Producers Association, founding member of the Texas Motion Picture Alliance and member of the American Film Institute.
In 2017, he retired from his job at MediaTech, a post-secondary media career college where he worked as an instructor and curriculum writer, in order to devote his efforts, full-time, to the expansion and growth of The Movie Institute and other related projects.
He recently wrote & directed an award winning short film called “Deepest Dark” and has been working on a massive transmedia project called Battle Run, which will kick off with a web series. Production on the Battle Run web series is set to begin in 2023. Some of his credits can be found on the Internet Movie Database (www.imdb.com).
Keith earned his Nonprofit Management Certificate from the Center for Nonprofit management and Brookhaven College.
Board Secretary and Co-Founder
Martha has over twenty years in media marketing, working with firms such as Temberlin-McClain, Bedford Advertising, Broadcast News Corp. and Time Warner Cable. She has a BBA from the University of North Texas. Her resume also includes production project management for nationally broadcast programs starring Terry Bradshaw and Peggy Fleming.
George Elam has been a Texas CPA for over twenty years concentrating in the areas of accounting, tax, and business strategy. George has a Bachelor of Science in Business and Public Administration from The University of Texas at Dallas.
Stacey is a strategic leader with more than 30 years of experience driving growth, improvements, and transformation for Global 500 companies. She currently serves as Vice President, ITSM Managed Solutions at BGSF. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications from Texas Woman’s University and a Master of Business Administration from Texas Wesleyan University. Both her children are Kamp Hollywood alums, and she has seen first-hand how MI programs lead to future careers.
Vice President of Cloud and Predictive Analytics, Citibank. Natasha is a professional with over 10 years’ experience in the I.T. arena within the financial and consulting industries. She also possesses a certificate from MediaTech Institute in Digital Film Production. In addition, Natasha is the parent of an MI Alum, Adrian Cooks, who credits MI with helping him develop skills that have served him through college and beyond.
Kyle Yvette Young
Kyle Yvette Young, the newly appointed Chief Development Officer at the Movie Institute is now member of the Movie Institute Board of Directors.
Kyle brings a wealth of experience in nonprofit leadership, business development, fundraising, and community outreach. She is the CEO of The Neuro-Inclusion Group, a company specializing in corporate training in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
With over 20 years’ of experience in the nonprofit sector that includes the City of Irving Arts and Culture Board of Directors, she is a professional and certified coach and trainer in Diversity & Inclusion, Employee Engagement, and Cultural IQ for-profit clients include Sprint Corporate HQ, IBM, Verizon, and many more.
Commercial Real Estate Advisor at TIG Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc.
Experienced Associate with a demonstrated history of working in the commercial real estate industry. Skilled in Microsoft Excel, Sales, Management, Business Development, and Financial Analytics. Strong professional with a Bachelor’s Degree in B.S. Finance, and B.S. Global Business from the University of Texas at Dallas – Naveen Jindal School of Management.
Charles Haley, Jr.
Senior Associate, Commercial Real Estate Advisor at TIG Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc. Known as a strategic leader and concept-to-execution driver, with solid expertise in directing a team to surpass goals, optimize productivity, and boost efficiency. MBA Tulane University School of Architecture
Partner with US Real Estate Partners, LLC. Jim has more than 30 years of commercial real estate experience with an impressive client roster that includes high-profile firms such as Ford, KIA, McDonald Douglas, Marriott, Baker Botts, LLP, Trans-America, Credit Union of Texas, and New York Life, among others.
Keith Randal Duncan
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer | CFO
Kyle Yvette Young
Chief Development Officer