In this “Behind the screenplay” post we’re letting you know a little more about the Them There Woods screenplays.
Living in an area like Vancouver, BC or its surroundings, you’re never far from some form of woodland or forest. Walk around there with people or alone or late at night and you’ll feel your mind wander. “Them There Woods” was born from those trailings of the author’s thoughts.
- Malibu Nights – Rhye
- Curbside – James Blake
- Talk Is Cheap – Nick Murphy / Chet Faker
- Station (2014) – Låpsley
- Clouds – Abel Korzeniowski
- Cedarsmoke – Sea Wolf
- After the Fire – Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
- Slow Movement: Sand – Roger Eno, Brian Eno
- Nothing is safe – clipping.
- Isolate – Maya Jane Coles
- Circle – Phil France
- Vampiro Sabanero – Los Miticos Del Ritmo
- N.E.W. – Actress, London Contemporary Orchestra
The writing process of the Them There Woods screenplays involved listening to the entire playlist in a continuous loop, repeating certain songs for different scenes. The problem in relaying this is that I can’t specifically tell you which songs influenced what, as the material was the focus more than the particular song. However the whole assortment established the mood conjured within the stories.
Them There Woods screenplays were originally dreamt up for low budget high concept short films set in and around Vancouver, B.C.