Xfinity Parental Controls

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
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    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
  • Xfinity Parental Controls

    Xfinity Parental Controls

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    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY
  • Xfinity Parental Controls

    Xfinity Parental Controls

    3 of 3
    Prev Next

    Every parent fears the thought of their kids watching something they shouldn’t be watching.

    Xfinity Parental Controls were developed to prevent exactly that from happening.

    And in a new social video series the brand proves the point, as young kids from Xfinity households are asked to explain the plots of movies meant for more mature audiences. Movies like Silence of the Lambs50 Shades of Gray, and Saw II.

    There’s certainly enough content in the world that Parental Controls can keep out of tiny hands.

     

    Released: August 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY

A Holiday Reunion

Client:
Comcast/XFINITY
  • A Holiday Reunion

    Last year saw the busiest Thanksgiving ever—54.3 million Americans traveled to see family and friends.

    To celebrate this idea of reconnecting for the holidays, we brought two of the most iconic friends in film history back together—E.T. and Elliott—for Comcast NBCUniversal, Comcast/Xfinity and Sky TV. 

    In this holiday short-story film, E.T. returns to Earth and joins Elliott’s modern day family on their adventures—sledding, scarfing down cupcakes and discovering all the technology that’s changed since E.T.’s first visit 37 years ago.

    Directed by Lance Acord and edited by two-time Oscar winner Kirk Baxter, the film features over 30 Easter eggs in the form of props, wardrobe references and callbacks to iconic moments for E.T. fans to discover each time they watch it. A number of these Easter eggs were custom-created by social influencers who then shared the project with their own fans. 

     

    Released: December 2019

    Tags:
    San Francisco, Comcast/XFINITY