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Streaming Yule Log on Netflix Has Its Own Hilarious Trailer and Director's Commentary


The original Yule Log television broadcast dates back to 1966, when WPIX-TV aired footage of a cozy fireplace to cheer up New Yorkers who lived in apartments without one. But Netflix really gives it a modern spin this year, humorously advertising its streaming Yule Log channel with a faux-epic trailer and two-minute behind-the-scenes director's commentary video. It's all perfectly stupid and hilarious, particularly the longer video, in which the auteur picks out the right logs on a farm and marvels at particularly serendipitous "ashing" in footage of the burning wood. Great holiday cheer by ad agency Muh-Tay-Zik | Hof-fer.

Client: Netflix

Agency: Muh-Tay-Zik | Hof-fer
Director, Executive Creative Director: John Matejczyk
Head of Production: Michelle Spear
Associate Creative Directors: Josh Bogdan, Tony Zimney
Copywriter: Jonathan Hirsch
Account Supervisor: Carolina Cruz-Letelier
Assistant Account Manager: Emily Mee

Production: Muh-Tay-Zik | Hof-fer
Director of Photography: Chris Wilson
Art Director: Jonathan Nicholson
Producer: Alex Smith

Editing: Beast
Editor: Matt O'Donnell
Colorist: Eric Pascua
Motion Graphics: Spencer Seibert
Executive Producer: Jon Ettinger
Senior Producer: Kristen Jenkins

Audio: One Union
Senior Engineers: Andy Greenberg, Eben Carr

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