• One Life Productions was started in 2010 during an improv music video writing session with friends.  Front man and talent machine Connor McLean took it too seriously and went on to produce successful stagings of two original plays, "Balvollus in 3D" and "Die Capital! when lions reclaim the parade".  With the recent completion of the magnificent feature length absurdist comedy film, Remember 7, McLean again compels us to submit to our laughter AND our hearts.  With heavy-handed focus on social justice, anti-hierarchy, and anti-capitalism, his work is sure to simultaneously draw tears through incessant laughter while efficiently bumming everyone out. 
  • After many years of studying acting, writing screenplays and stageplays, Connor McLean has ranked continuously in international writing competitions and thrown down with great aplomb in producing grassroots, radical productions.  Until now, where the chances of optioning a script or finding producers for even a low budget is difficult and rare, the next step is due.  The highly suggested move, through both research and experience, is uprooting to LA, to better the opportunity of chance meetings and like-minded filmmakers. 
  • Every day you hear about someone's dream in sports, arts, business, Americaness, yada yada.  Connor McLean started One Life Productions with Lauren Jeffries in order to approach these particular dreams from a different angle, a dream he's had since childhood.  One that challenges the norms of entertainment culture (although that was a later, more developed analysis).  It is not original to utilize the platform of expression for social change and radical expression, but OLP has continued to tell old stories in new ways, capturing contemporary voices, and demanding alternative perspectives.  Always willing to grow, evolve, and simultaneously bring hope and humor to a story wrought with reality and tragedy.  OLP seeks to thrive in a saturated business of oppressive narratives and complacency agendas.  To this day, generally speaking, Connor admits he has no idea what he's doing, but he's doing it anyway, because he's a neat fella.  Pretty neat.