Intro to the Film Industry


Saturday, February 10, 2024 
10-5pm at OSU-Tulsa

  • This one-day workshop is geared for adults who are interested in beginning to work in the film industry.
  • The class introduces students to the basics of how a professional film set is run and will give them a grasp of skills and best practices that will allow them to find work on motion picture shoots as a Production Assistant.

Featuring Instructors : Dylan Brodie and Stephen Hanan

Dylan Brodie is from Ramona, Oklahoma - Population: 500.

He began editing films in 2008, slowly making his way from local to national film festivals, which led to work on Food Network productions and feature films for both Magnet Releasing and Blumhouse Productions. He later served as Unit Production Manager and Associate Producer on Sterlin Harjo's feature film, “Mekko,” and produced the series “Flipping The Heartland” for HGTV. Dylan has worked on shows of all sizes including the STARZ TV series “American Gods,” feature films “The Mule” (starring Clint Eastwood), “Stillwater” (starring Matt Damon) and “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.”

He has been the UPM on commercials for various companies including 2K Sports, Dish Network, and Warstic baseball bats featuring Jack White.

Dylan continues to produce and production manage diverse projects and most recently served as UPM for the Oscar winning A24/Plan B film “Minari” and is Associate Producer on the Disney/FX television series “Reservation Dogs”.
Stephen Hanan has been working in the film industry in Oklahoma for over 15 years.  

He began his career in Oklahoma working on independent feature films in the 2000s.  Recently, he has worked on commercially and critically successful movies such as "I Can Only Imagine", "Stillwater", "Minari", and most recently the FX series, "Reservation Dogs".  

Stephen believes strongly in supporting filmmakers in the state.

He has assisted local directors such as Sterlin Harjo, Charles Elmore, Zach Litwack, Kyle Bell, Jeremy Charles, John Swab, Susan Kite & Blackhorse Lowe, Ryan RedCorn & Buffalo Nickel.  Stephen is also a strong advocate for developing the film industry in the state through education.  He has taught Film 101 at Tulsa Tech and helps as a producer and instructor at FEIO's Film Workshops.

Registration will close at 5pm on Thursday, February 8, 2024.