Lost Planet and Parallax Announce Partnership

Lost Planet and Parallax Announce Partnership

Jun. 25, 2024

Lost Planet and PARALLAX are thrilled to announce a partnership, expanding their collective rosters of award-winning editorial talent. Longtime admirers of each other’s work, the companies will share resources and talent, establishing a creative force greater than the sum of its parts.

Lost Planet and PARALLAX share an ethos of elevated artistry, making their partnership a natural match that will mutually elevate both companies. With this partnership, Lost Planet’s renown in advertising will bring additional opportunities to PARALLAX, expanding its presence in commercial films, while Lost Planet will gain access to some of the most acclaimed and original editors working in the medium today. PARALLAX will also expand its finishing infrastructure, harnessing Lost Planet’s color, VFX and graphics capabilities.

Known for emotive and immersive editorial work, PARALLAX has built a reputation for delivering impactful storytelling experiences. Led by editors Luke Lynch and Paul Rogers, artist/filmmaker Kahlil Joseph, and Executive Producer Graham Zeller, PARALLAX’s collaborative editing approach, “The Swarm,” harnesses the creative power of multiple editors with diverse perspectives, resulting in dynamic and captivating visual narratives. Their innovative work earned an Academy Award for Best Film Editing for “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” which also won Best Picture that same year. PARALLAX is also known for editing Beyonce’s groundbreaking film “Lemonade,” which accompanied her album of the same name. Driven by an ethos of delivering inspired work regardless of genre, PARALLAX’s work ranges from the outlandish editing of Adult Swim’s “The Eric Andre Show” to fine art projects such as “BLKNWS,” featured in the Venice Biennale and soon to be released as an A24 film. Known for its ongoing collaborations with some of advertising's most sought-after directors, PARALLAX’S commercial projects include campaigns for Expedia, Pepsi, and American Express. 

Founded by editor Hank Corwin, Lost Planet is a highly sought-after, award-winning post-production entity for commercials, documentaries, and scripted projects alike. Lost Planet’s recent work encompasses prestige cable shows like HBO’s “Winning Time” and “Tokyo Vice,” as well as feature films “The Big Short, “May December,” “Don’t Worry Darling,” and “Oh, Canada” which premiered at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Lost Planet’s commercial work includes collaborations with Google, AT&T, Spotify, Apple, and Nike Air Max featuring Billie Eilish, as well as the promo for the Broadway play “Stereophonic,” which holds the record for most Tony nominations.

Lost Planet’s Hank Corwin said:

“We worked together on a handful of projects, and quickly found that our companies shared an overall aesthetic and creative vision. We began to try to find ways to bring our two companies together and were able to find a variety of projects that we collaborated on over the past few years. This is now a more formal version of that collaboration.”


PARALLAX co-founder Graham Zeller, added:

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Lost Planet and excited about the creative possibilities we can bring to projects as a group.

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