Parallax Film Productions delivers factual and dramatic programs to broadcasters all over the world. We specialize in science and engineering documentaries, and produce content in HD and 3D for multiple media platforms.
Sinking an aircraft carrier. Imploding a sports stadium. Deconstructing Machu Picchu.
Parallax Film Productions profiles feats of reverse engineering technology better than anyone else. We reveal how massive, complex structures were built by showing how they’re taken down.
We combine powerful storytelling with unprecedented visuals to provide our audience with experiences that stimulate the mind and captivate the senses.
We’re also on the forefront of 3D filming. We successfully shot, edited, and delivered the implosion of the Fonte Nova Stadium in Salvador, Brazil for the explosive demolition series Blowdown in stereoscopic video.
Our broadcasters include Discovery Channels (US, Canada and International), National Geographic Channels (US, Canada and International), History Channel (US), Channel 4 (UK), FIVE (UK), DMAX (Germany), RAI (Italy), TV Asahi (Japan), PBS NOVA and Nature, History Television (Canada) and others.
Forerunners in the Canadian film industry, we shoot in Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America and have delivered two international treaty co-productions.
Founded by Ian Herring in 1997, Parallax Film Productions has made more than 30 hours of high-quality programming.