Parallax Film Productions delivers classic factual and dramatic programs to broadcasters around the world. We produce content in Ultra High Definition 4K and 3D for multiple media platforms and are specialists in treaty co-productions.

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.

Founded by Ian Herring in 1997.

Hitler’s Last Stand

Now airing worldwide on National Geographic.


Our Broadcasters

Smithsonian Channel
National Geographic Channel
Discovery Channel
History Channel
Channel 4
Channel 5
TV Asahi
PBS NOVA and Nature

Our Team

We believe in a diverse range of personnel to bring creative skills, thoughts, and ideas to the table.

Ian Herring


Ian Herring founded Parallax Film Productions to produce his own special brand of content – exploring the world of science and history for Canadian and international audiences. Working closely with his team in Vancouver, Ian emphasizes great storytelling above all else.

Maija Leivo


Maija Leivo has worked with Parallax Film Productions for more than ten years. She administers all aspects of development, production and post. She also implements finance plans for the successful completion of each project. What she loves best about her job is that there is always something new to discover.

Contact Us


Monday–Friday | 10–5 PST

RPO 75150 White Rock
Surrey, BC
V4A 0B1