Archway Pictures was formed in 1999 by Daniel Keith. His first few screenplays were reviewed and optioned by studios but never made. His first short film, Mazer World, premiered at the London Raindance Film Festival and won. In 2001, Daniel took home three awards for best writer, director, and producer from Worldfest Houston. In 2005, a tv show about scuba diving was optioned by networks in five countries. Unfortunately, that same year, Hurricane Katrina destroyed the Caribbean with a category 5 storm.
By 2013, a concept for a feature film, called Rambler, was produced as a short film and took home over a dozen international film festival awards including best actor, best director, and best film. It was also one of the first films to be selected by the XBOX digital channel to stream. By 2018, Archway Pictures largest production yet, Love in Kilnerry, is finishing post production (edited by John Wilson - Downton Abbey, Billy Elliott). To date, Archway Pictures has won over two dozen international film awards, has films in distribution, and several feature films in development and production in multiple countries around the world.