Michael Feit Dougan

is thoroughly experienced in the field of writing, producing, and teaching the film arts. He has filled multiple roles, both behind the camera and in front of the classroom.

He graduated from USC in 1994, a year after his co-written “Public Access” won Best Picture at the Sundance Film Festival. He taught film and scriptwriting for several years while collaborating on various shorts, TV series, music videos, industrials, and feature films. He has consulted on, written, and doctored a wide variety of scripts, and has also written and directed two short films of his own.

Now WriteHis latest published works include "From End to End: The Creative Compass", as a contribution to the book "Now Write! Screenwriting", available from Tarcher/Penguin Publishing and currently for sale on Amazon.

He is currently working on an MFA in film at Spalding University. He is also teaching at the University of San Francisco, the College of Marin, and the Bluegrass Community and Technical College.