Lost Planet Helps Turn Negative Perceptions into Positive for Oppenheimer Funds

Editorial/post-production company Lost Planet lent its patented cutting polish to a series of uplifting :15 ads from agency MRM//McCann for investment banking company, Oppenheimer Funds.

Directed by Smuggler’s Henry Alex Rubin, the four Oppenheimer Funds spots break down preconceived notions of various integral parts of our lives including women, the elderly, selfie-loving millennials and even robots, ultimately conveying encouraging messages about each. Infusing his talents, Lost Planet editor Charlie Johnston deftly – and quickly – turns negatives into positives, presenting literal slices-of-life in which cynical perceptions are displaced by more inspiring realities.

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Credits:

Client: Oppenheimer Funds
Titles: “ROBOTS,” “AGING,” “UBIQUITY OF MOBILE” and “WOMEN”

Client: Oppenheimer Funds

Agency: MRM//McCann
Creative Team:
CCO: Joyce King Thomas
GCD: Audrey Huffenreuter
GCD: Deirdre Virgie
Executive Producer: Kathy Love
Executive Music Producer: Eric Johnson aka DJ Bunny Ears
Account/Strategy:
President: Devika Bulchandani
Strategist: Maria Parodi
Account: Jan Lemke, Kelly Cox

Production Company: Smuggler
Director: Henry Alex Rubin
DP: Ken Seng
EP: Drew Santarsiero
Producer: Ben Link

Editorial Company: Lost Planet
Editor: Charlie Johnston
Assistant Editor: Kenji Yamauchi, Christina Mansi
EP: Krystn Wagenberg
EP: Gary Ward
Producer: Casey Cayko

Post/Effects Company: Black Hole
Lead VFX/Flame Artist: Tim Farrel
EP: Krystn Wagenberg
Producer: Tim Vierling

Color Grade Co: Company 3
Colorist: Tim Masick

Sound Mixing: Sound Lounge
Engineer: Tommy Jaccarone

Music Company:
Original Music by BETA PETROL
Creative Director: Bryan Ray Turcotte
Executive Producers: Brent Asbury and Dayna Turcotte
Producer: Andy Brohard

About Lost Planet:

Lost Planet Editorial, Inc. is a boutique commercial and feature film editorial company led by landmark editor Hank Corwin.