About John O'Keefe
John O’Keefe is a Professor of theology at Creighton University where he also moonlights as a documentary filmmaker. As a theologian, he writes and teaches about ancient Christianity and ecological theology. As a filmmaker, he is the producer of the Backpack Journalism Project at Creighton, a program that uses the tool of documentary filmmaking to educate undergraduate students about the challenges facing people in the developing world and marginalized societies. O’Keefe directed the award-winning short documentary Tokimane, which is set in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. O’Keefe and his wife Kathy live in Omaha and have four adult children.
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