The OC Film School

Located in the Dramatic Arts Dept of Olympic College (WA). Award-winning, unparalleled, accessible.

TIMOTHY HAGAN, PROFESSOR OF DRAMATIC ARTS & FILM

TIMOTHY HAGAN, PROFESSOR OF DRAMATIC ARTS & FILM

Timothy holds a M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama. After graduating and while working at the Yale Repertory theatre, Universal Studios placed him under an exclusive contract and moved him to Los Angeles where he appeared in Television and film in many guest star and chief supporting roles during the late 70's and 80's. While a professional actor, Timothy was fortunate enough to work in repertory theatre, film, episodic television, daytime dramas, movies of the week and commercials. After gaining membership in "The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences", Tim was accepted into the Academy's prestigious Director's Group. While in the Director's Group, he was mentored by veteran Hollywood director George Tyne. Tim wrote and directed several short film projects on the Warner Brothers Studios' lot. He has also directed Theatre in both New York and Los Angeles, worked in Hollywood as a screenwriter, and taught at several public colleges and private conservatories. 

AARON DRANE, PROFESSOR OF SCREENWRITING

AARON DRANE, PROFESSOR OF SCREENWRITING

Aaron holds a M.F.A. in screenwriting from UCLA where he also won the prestigious Samuel Goldwyn screenwriting award. He sold three feature-length screenplays in different genres to 20th Century-Fox, including John Davis, Arnold Kopelson and Fox 2000.  He also optioned a screenplay to Tamara Asseyev and adapted the book “Hostage to the Devil” for Joe Dante when he was at NBC Universal. He wrote-produced the acclaimed FEARnet web series “Fear Clinic” for Sony, Comcast and Lionsgate starring Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Danielle Harris and Lucas Till.    He also wrote-produced the horror feature “Fear Clinic” for Anchor Bay- Starz, starring Thomas Dekker, Corey Taylor, frontman for Slipknot.  Additionally he is the Associate Producer of the thriller feature “The Charnel House.”  Born and raised in Bremerton, he taught screenwriting and film producing courses at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles for the past 15 years and has dreamed of returning to his hometown to teach and share his passion for film.  

AMY HESKETH, PROFESSOR OF DIGITAL FILMMAKING

AMY HESKETH, PROFESSOR OF DIGITAL FILMMAKING

Bio coming soon.