Weis is a Los Angeles based documentary filmmaker and commercial editor. In 2011, Weis co-directed, THE POTTER’S FIELD - a documentary which explores what happens to the homeless when they die by following a group of high school students who volunteer to give funeral services for the unknown, homeless, and
otherwise indigent members of their community. THE POTTER’S FIELD has been well received by audiences since first premiering in 2013: including multiple sold
out screenings, film festival appearances and national press - including coverage from NPR and CBS nightly news in New York City.
Carroll is a Louisville, KY transplant now living in Los Angeles, and working for well-known film/TV production companies. A lifelong fascination with how movies are created led her to switch careers, from advertising to film production, in 2011. Upon her move to LA, Carroll became enamored with the business side of film/TV. She's worked on films such as 2nd Serve, The Wedding Pact and Dracano, and TV/web series Hell's Kitchen, Sandra Lee's Taverns, Lounges, and Clubs, and Up Close with Carrie Keagan. Carroll is co-owner of Magic Happens Productions. Carroll's approach to filmmaking is meticulous and well-organized.
Heavrin is an artist from Louisville, KY, working in film, performing arts and music. He recently spent several years in New York City working in theatre and film, and co-wrote an original play, "Letters From India," which received an Off-Broadway staged-reading, at Urban Stages, in 2008. His first documentary film, The Potter's Field, screened to a sold-out theater of over 500 people, at the 2013 Flyover Film Festival. Heavrin's approach to filmmaking is straightforward and unapologetic.