Matt Fuller discovered his passion and talent for storytelling early in life.
While a Junior in high school, Matt began directing documentaries and public service announcements for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, local government agencies and national corporate clients.
After graduating from the University of Central Florida, Matt began working for Sony Pictures Entertainment on the thriller, VACANCY. While on the Sony backlot, Matt went on to work for director Nelson McCormick as he directed two Sony feature films, PROM NIGHT and THE STEPFATHER.
Matt then transitioned to MBST Entertainment, working under seasoned producers Scott Kroopf and Larry Brezner as a Creative Executive. It was there that Fuller would ascend the executive ranks soon becoming the Director of Film and Television Development where he supervised the development and production of Warner Bros. ARTHUR and Relativities’ LIMITLESS.
In the fall of 2012, Matt began his career as an independent filmmaker by directing and producing the soon to be released feature length documentary, AUTISM IN LOVE.
Matt recently launched The InSight Picture Company where he continues to inspire individuals and communities with compelling, cinematic stories.
MATT FULLER director/producer
Ira Heilveil, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in three states (California, New Mexico and Minnesota) and a board certified behavior analyst. He began his career as a clinical child psychologist and family therapist.
In 1988, he created his own agency, which he grew to one of the largest providers of applied behavior analysis (ABA) services for children with autism in the U.S. During his tenure as that company's CEO, he also founded a school for children with autism in Armenia as a charitable NGO, which he still operates and is thriving today. Dr. Heilveil maintains his connection to academia through teaching at UCLA medical school, where he is asst. clinical professor of psychiatry. He also publishes scholarly articles, presents at conferences, and writes a blog on a variety of his interests.
He is currently CEO of Touchstone Educational Consultants. He also holds a private pilot license.
CAROLINA GROPPA producer
Carolina is an award-winning producer and actor. Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, Carolina moved to the US with her family at the age of 9. She studied theater and business at the University of Central Florida before relocating to Los Angeles.
Carolina began her producing career by being an integral part raising capital and managing the day-to-day operations for the 2011 indie thriller BRAKE, starring Stephen Dorff. She was privileged to work alongside producer Steven Berger on the 2010 Black List dark comedy THE PRETTY ONE, starring Zoe Kazan.
In 2014, she produced the short film for PROJECT GREENLIGHT's finalist, Marko Slavnic. Carolina has also produced stage productions around Los Angeles, various commercials, and award-winning short films; including the character drama DONOR directed by Mark Gantt and the sci-fi thriller THE TASTE OF COPPER starring Scott Haze.
Most recently, Carolina produced the award winning documentary AUTISM IN LOVE, which explores how adults with autism find and navigate romantic relationships. It premiered to rave reviews at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival and aired on PBS' Independent Lens series in January of 2016. The film has picked up many awards, including Best Documentary at Mammoth Lakes Film Festival and the Audience Award at Warsaw International Film Festival.
In February of 2016, AUTISM IN LOVE was the recipient of the fifth annual Peek Award for Disability in Film by the Utah Film Center. The award pays tribute to artists who are positively impacting our society’s perception of people with disabilities.
Carolina continues to use her worldly perspective and keen dramatic sensibilities to support unique voices that tell imaginative, captivating stories.
Ira P. Heilveil executive producer
Scott Uhlfelder cinematographer
An LA transplant, Scott Uhlfelder found his passion for cinematography while shooting skateboarding videos in Miami. He further refined his talents at the University of Central Florida where he was one of the most sought after directors of photography among his peers. It was in school and on set where Scott was able to develop his natural style of shooting.
In the last few years his work has appeared on screen at The LA Film Festival, AFI Fest, SXSW, Slamdance, and Sundance, for which he has received high commendations for his work. Scott is also venturing into directing with his current viral success of Rob Cantor’s “Shia LaBeouf – Live.”
When not immersed in a project, Scott uses his free time for the on-going study of his craft and continues to shoot for many up and coming directors. Also he is currently dabbling in brewing beer.
Alex O'Flinn editor
Alex O'Flinn is a Film Editor based in Los Angeles, CA. He is the recipient of the 2014/2015 Sally Menke Memorial Editing Fellowship awarded by the Sundance Institute.
He has had the pleasure of editing films like A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT (Sundance 2014, Distributed by Kino Lorber) for director Ana Lily Amirpour, and the feature documentary AUTISM IN LOVE for director Matt Fuller.
He will be editing Ana Lily Amirpour's nex feature film THE BAD BATCH, produced by Annapurna Pictures, in the Spring of 2015.
Mac Quayle composer
Mac Quayle has written music for over 30 films and television shows and accumulated a long list of credits as a music producer, dance remixer and multi-instrumentalist.
As a composer his music is most recently heard in the hit FX series American Horror Story: Freak Show as well as in a diverse list of feature films and documentaries. Some of his collaborations as an additional composer appear in Drive, Contagion, Spring Breakers, The Normal Heart and in the television series Cold Case. In 2013 he was chosen as one of only six composers to participate in the Sundance Music & Sound Design Lab at Skywalker Ranch
As a producer, remixer and keyboardist Mac has worked on over 300 releases, 40 #1 Billboard Dance Hits, garnered a Grammy Nomination for producing Donna Summer and been awarded numerous Gold and Platinum records. Along the way he has created music for a long list of artists that include Madonna, Whitney Houston, Depeche Mode, Britney Spears, Elvis Presley, Annie Lennox, New Order, Beyonce, and Sting.
When asked recently to talk about some highlights of his career, Mac responded: "I have been very fortunate to work with so many talented people over the years. However, there is one special moment that stands out for me: Playing ping pong with Peter Gabriel at Realworld."
Mac lives, works and plays ping pong in the mountains near Los Angeles.