The Extendables, 2 Marcel Paris für Four Seasons Condoms

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The Extendables, 2

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Branche Kontrazeptiva und Schwangerschaftstests
Medien Digital, Fallmethode
Markt Frankreich
Agentur Marcel Paris
Director Ryuichiro Akamatsu, Josh Logue
Chief Creative Officer Fabien Teichner, Dimitri Guerassimov
Executive Creative Director Scott Huebscher
Art Director Francis Pluntz, Julien Sens, Remy Maufangeas
Copywriter Francis Pluntz, Julien Sens
Veröffentlicht April 2017

Belohnungen

Cannes Lions 2017
Media Sectors: Fast Moving Consumer Goods Bronze Lion

Kredite und Beschreibung

Title: The Extendables
Agency: Marcel
Brand: Four Seasons Condoms
Country: France
Entrant Company: Marcel, Paris
Advertising Agency: Marcel, Paris
Production Company: Marcel Sydney / World Wide Mind, Sydney / Heckler, Sydney / Nki, Paris
Additional Company: Four Seasons Condoms, North Strathfield
Co-Ceo: Pascal Nessim (Marcel)
Creative Chairman: Anne De Maupeou (Marcel)
Chief Creative Officer: Fabien Teichner (Marcel)
Managing Partner & Chief Strategy Officer: Nicolas Levy (Marcel)
Co-Ceo: Charles Georges Picot (Marcel)
Cto: Louis Da Silva (Marcel)
Advertiser Supervisors: Alexander Porter (Four Seasons)
Advertiser Supervisors: Graham Porter (Four Seasons)
Advertiser Supervisors: Michael Porter (Four Seasons)
Chief Creative Officer: Dimitri Guerassimov (Marcel)
Executive Creative Director: Scott Huebscher (Marcel Sydney)
Deputy Executive Creative Director: Wesley Hawes (Marcel Sydney)
Copywriters: Francis Pluntz (Marcel)
Copywriters: Julien Sens (Marcel)
Art Directors: Francis Pluntz (Marcel)
Art Directors: Julien Sens (Marcel)
Art Directors: Remy Maufangeas (Marcel)
Director Of Clients Service: Ryan Bernal (Marcel Sydney)
Global Business Director: Michael Ton (Marcel Sydney)
Account Manager: Noëlla Neffati (Marcel)
Executive Producer: Holly Alexander (Marcel Sydney)
Technical Project Director: Renaud Cacciani (Marcel)
Developpers: Diono Corbel (Marcel)
Developpers: Eric Beaufol (Marcel)
Developpers: Julien Felgueiras (Marcel)
Developpers: Lotfi Harrabi (Marcel)
Director: Akama (Nki)
Producer & Production Director: Eric Muller (Nki)
Design: Sami Guellaï (Nki)
Director Assistant / Dop: Paul Chauvin (Nki)
Director Assistant / Dop: Stéphane Pélegri (Nki)
Director: Josh Logue (World Wide Mind)
Dop: Tim Kindler (World Wide Mind)
Editor: Corey Farrell (World Wide Mind)
Colourist: Greg Constantaras (World Wide Mind)
Executive Producer / Producer / Post Producer: Agathe Compagnon (World Wide Mind / Heckler)
Executive Producer / Producer / Post Producer: Michelle Nagy (World Wide Mind / Heckler)
Executive Producer / Producer / Post Producer: Will Alexander (World Wide Mind / Heckler)
Sound: Song Zu (World Wide Mind)
Puppets Manufacturing: Karen Fingerhüt (-)
Producer: Meredyth Judd (Marcel Sydney)
Strategy:
The show, about extraterrestrial puppets coming to earth, allows romancing parents to monitor the kids by securely pairing Mum or Dad’s smartphone to any tablet, desktop computer, laptop or smart TV with a webcam. If kids wander away from the screen, the motion detector sends an alert to avert the risk of an untimely surprise. Should parents need a little more time when the video reaches its final minute, there’s an option to ‘extend’ for another five minutes, time and time again.The Extendables comes after Four Seasons found a third of Australian parents had a fear of being interrupted during sex. On top of this, 22% of parents reported having less quality time for romance and sex with partners at times when the kids are around. Given almost 73% of respondents have been interrupted by their kids during sex, The Extendable provides a fun solution for the whole family.
Campaign Description:
Discussing the issue of maintaining a sex life even after the kids are born is never an easy task, especially considering Western religious conventions that view sex between parents solely as a mean to procreate further.We launched « The Extendables »: a new online cartoon we created and produced to keep kids busy while parents get busy - in the bedroom.
Outcome:
In the first 6 hours of the launch:1 MILLION+ PEOPLE VIEWED THE LAUNCH VIDEO 200.000+ PEOPLE SHARED THE POSTS 80.000+ USERS EXTENDED THEIR TIME IN BED In total23% LAUNCH VIDEO ENGAGEMENT RATE (above the average of 15% for FB video engagement)20 MILLION+ OVERALL MEDIA IMPRESSIONS AND FAMOUS NATIONAL RADIO SHOWS TALKED ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN
Execution:
To install and run The Extendables, parents can securely pair their smartphones to any tablet, desktop computer, laptop or smart TV with a webcam by going to TheExtendables.com.au on both devices and simply entering a code. Once paired, parents can control the cartoon and receive an alert if their kids move away from the screen from another room in the house. Only those who pair their phone to the webcam can use the motion sensor function: The Extendables program doesn’t share, receive or save any visual data to ensure user privacy.The Extendables was launched through a Facebook and Instagram social media campaign consisting of a launch trailer and various social posts and is available now for free from TheExtendables.com.au or from FourSeasonsCondoms.com.au.
Synopsis:
Four Seasons is an Australian company that produces high-quality condoms for all shapes and sizes.Most of the communication in their category is aimed at encouraging singles and teens to wear condoms, yet Four Seasons identified another target audience: parents. 30% of parents wear condoms for a variety of reasons (the main ones being not wanting to take the pill or have a vasectomy). Four Seasons saw an opportunity in growing their business by becoming the preferred brand for those who don’t have much time for sex, but who will always reach for the condoms when they do.
Relevancy:
This campaign is relevant for Media Lions because its main media is an actual kids video cartoon we created and produced. The cartoon was intentionally designed to provoke discussion amongst parents and parent groups about the lack of sex parents have. Our media, in the form of a cartoon and app featuring fuzzy creatures from outer space, flipped the rules of pester power and offered a creative solution to an age old problem.