Award-winning editor Kim Bica joins Lost Planet to work out of both of its Los Angeles and New York locations. Prior to joining Lost Planet, Bica was an editor at Spotwelders where her clients included Levis, Southern Comfort, Saturn and HBO, as well as ad agencies Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, Arnold St. Louis, GSD&M and TBWAChiatDay. Bica was at FilmCore Editorial in San Francisco and worked on commercials for Nike, Adidas, Supercuts and Robertson Stevens. She began her career at Red Sky Films in San Francisco.
Bica has garnered industry recognition and accolades including an Emmy, a Clio and a Gold Lion at the Cannes Film Festival for editor of the Adopt-a-Pet PSA, to name a few. Individual projects include 11.09.01 - SEPTEMBER 11, a segment directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival; RALPH ELLISON: A HIDDEN AND COMPLEX FATE, a documentary that premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival; KING OF THE BINGO GAME, a half-hour film that aired on PBS as part of the American Storytellers series; and NEVER THERE, a music video for the band Cake. Find out more about Bica and Lost Planet at www.lostplanet.com