Reasons to Be Scared of the Future, a comedic/sci-fi hybrid series created and produced entirely in-house at Kids at Play, stars Rhys Darby playing a hyperbolized, paranoid version of himself hunkered down in a bunker anticipating the end of the world. In each episode, Darby explains a new scientific advancement that will surely lead to humanity’s demise.
Anthony Eats America
Anthony Anderson stars in ‘Anthony Eats America’, where he travels the nation looking for the best home-cooked food he can find. This webseries was produced and edited by KAP.
Good Karma $1
“Good Karma $1″ is a short documentary that explores acclaimed ad-guru Alex Bogusky’s fascination with collecting homeless signs. What starts out as a project to understand the world’s simplest form of communication turns into a lesson of generosity. The doc is finally completed! While we still can’t show it in entirety on our site watch the teaser by clicking the link below.
The film has been selected to play at over 20 film festivals around the world. Thus far, it has received audience awards from DC Shorts, SF Shorts, Austin Film Festival, and Seattle Shorts, as well as a the jury award for Best Short Documentary from the Edmonton International Film Festival.
Check out some thought’s about the film on Alex Bogusky’s Blog.
Kids at play produced Tiny Commando, an action comedy starring Ed Helms and Zachary Levi. The series centers on a 4 inch tall former NAVY SEAL-turned-private investigator who solves tiny crimes — when he’s not fighting off a super villain who’s also tiny.
We Need Help
We Need Help, a comedy webseries, premiered on Yahoo! in September. The series was produced and edited by KAP and stars Cheryl Hines and Rachael Harris as hyperbolized versions of themselves in a world where they share an assistant.
Coogan Auto, a comedy webseries, premiered on Youtube’s LOUD Channel in January. KAP’s Jason Berger co-directed the irreverent comedy with Rob Riggle. The series was produced and edited by KAP.
Bonnaroo Soopergroop goes behind the scenes at Tennessee music festival Bonnaroo. Kids at Play documented the first-ever live YouTube collaboration at a major music festival, where four totally different acts — and complete strangers — formed a band and had four days to create a 60-minute set together. The result is Bonnaroo Soopergroop. This webseries was produced and edited by KAP.
Kids at Play Reel
Kids at Play has produced numerous projects for TV, film, and the web. For a showcase of our work, check out our reel here.