Category Archives: Thom Stitt Movies
I miss getting into my zone. It rarely happens. When I sneak my way in it’s a bit like this: I’m in the edit bay, something right is happening and I’m just trying to keep up with it. One idea … Continue reading
Here it be: A peek at what’s cooking on my documentary on the Vancouver hockey riots. My goal is to have this thing out during the playoff season. The Canucks are expected to do well, and I don’t think the … Continue reading
I’ve (finally) officially started the edit on my Vancouver Riots documentary. I’ve been sitting on the footage for nearly a year, and now, going into the new playoffs, I’m finally feeling like I know what to say. This documentary isn’t … Continue reading
I’ve been assembling some (and by “some” I mean a mean fraction) of my summertime cinematographs into something resembling a whole. This is a lot like my winter movie Warm Places – less a story and more an album of … Continue reading
Here she is, perhaps my favorite film I’ve done so far! These Maya excursions are proving to be fantastic learning experiences. I’ll have to write up more about that at a later date!
Latest movie is done! “Maya in the Park” is the story of the ghost girl I found wandering the scream-infested fairytale wonderland of Stanley Park. If you dig Maya’s style, you’ll definitely be wanting to hit up her blog and … Continue reading
Off into the world you go, little movie.
My new short film “The Neon Bonfire” is now out and published. This was a bit more than a week in the making, and there will be many more to come in the future. If you enjoy it, spread the … Continue reading
Made in mid-January 2011, being a document of the mood in my immediate travelling vicinity as I walked about Vancouver during a single-night snowstorm.