Thomas Verrette


Los Angeles, US

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Thomas Verrette is an award-winning director, producer, and editor. His most recent work is the feature documentary Zero Gravity, about a diverse group of middle school students who code satellites aboard the International Space Station. A 14-year veteran of the film industry, Verrette is a former Fox and Disney creative and post-production executive, and is most known for producing the 20-episode World Cup docu-series, Phenoms, for Fox Sports. Verrette also edited the Goalkeepers episode, which premiered the series at the Tribeca Film Festival.

He also executive produced the documentary feature Ordinary Gods, co-produced the short-comedy series Small Shots, and edited the sci-fi feature Parallels. Verrette began his career upon graduating from the Savannah College of Art and Design, when his senior thesis film, Implanted, premiered at the Atlanta Film Festival, and later distributed theatrically in 2012 and internationally in 2013. Zero Gravity is his first feature documentary as a director, and is also developing a sequel Zero Gravity series centered around the high-school ISS competition. Additionally, he is scripting his next narrative feature, a sci-fi thriller titled Dark Matter. 


Zero Gravity