The Brickfilmer's Guild

Welcome to the Brickfilmer's Guild (BFG).  We are an online community created to spotlight and connect those that practice the art of brickfilming.  Brickfilmers are the people that make animated films using plastic building bricks, such as Lego, Mega-Bloks, OYO Sportstoys, KRE-O, K'Nex, and a few others.  

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The BFG is designed to showcase and connect brickfilming animators, producers, voice actors, editors, and promoters from around the world.   Brickfilming is a hobby for most, but it is a profession for a few.  Many also find it is a small source of revenue. In brickfilming production, there is usually only one or a very small group of people that preform the jobs of producer, writer, director, actor, casting director, animator, set designer, set constructor, lighting director, director of photography, editor, special effects artist, and promoter.  The brickfilmers that do all the above the best find the most success.

We also try to deliver the most up to date brickfilming news.  We search the internet looking for news being made by brickfilmers and report it here.  Check out the Brickfilmer's Guild: Administrator blog for the latest brickfilming news.  Also check out The Set Bump for the best in brickfilm blogging.

A member of the BFG can design and customize their own virtual space among fellow brickfilmers that are famous, soon to be famous, or just novice brickfilming hobbiest.  A member's profile can include embeded videos (from YouTube and other video sites), a gallery of pictures (great for production pictures and mocs), and much more including Blogs, the Wire (a site wide micro blog), and a Chat Room.  

This site is meant to compliment brickfilming sites such as Bricksinmotion and Brickfilms.com.   Please create a profile here if you brickfilm, even you are a member of those sites.  We also encourage members of Brickboard  (the German online brickfilming community) and members of Brick-À-Brack (the French brickfilming community) to join the guild and create profiles. 

We currenlty have over 900 members.   

Check out the Links and Featured Members page of this site.  It has an extensive brickfilming links section as well as a list of some of the world's best brickfimers.  Friend them on this site, subscribe to them on YouTube, and follow them on Twitter.

If you are under the age of 14 please read the "Terms" at the bottom of this page.

After you apply for membership, we will send you an email confirmation and you will be ready to start customizing your profile to display among your fellow brickfilmers.

Join now, it's free!  You will be emailed a confirmation usually within one week.  Become a member! CLICK HERE to register  One account per person/studio.    

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Lilburn, GA 30048

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The funding goal for the Bricks in Motion documentary on Kickstarter has been achieved.  Click HERE for the announcement.  

 

Posted on 27 September 2014 | 1:56 pm

 

Ciné Brique is a brickfilm festival held November 22-23, 2014 in Laval, Quebec. The festival is Canada's first brickfilm festival. You can submit your LEGO brickfilm(s) until October 31, 2014.  The brickfilms can be in French or English (or no language). There will be a "public choice" award and a "jury choice" award, as well as other undetermined categories. Prizes will also be awarded.  Please check out their website for more information.  

Entry forms: 

English

 

French

Posted on 27 September 2014 | 1:19 pm

The BiM Celebration Contest Results are out.   

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place


For the rest of the results and discussion, please check out the results thread on BiM. http://www.bricksinmotion.com/forums/topic/19875/bim-celebration-contest-results/

 

Posted on 21 September 2014 | 11:49 am
Posted on 21 September 2014 | 11:44 am

 


September 6, 2014 marked the deadline for entries of the Bricks in Motion Celebration Contest and began the launch of their highly anticipated Kickstarter campaign called Bricks in Motion - A Documentary about LEGO® Filmmaking.  The producers of the documentary are hoping to raise $10,000 or more to offset the cost of producing the feature length documentary about "the diverse world of people who make stop motion animated films using LEGO® toys."  The labor to produce the documentary will be volunteer work and much of the equipment/software is already owned so the Kickstarter money raised "will go toward travel expenses and accommodations, equipment rentals and purchases, festivals and marketing, Kickstarter fees, and the rewards".  Basically, they are making a $50-100k production, if you include equipment and labor. The minimum pledge is $1 and there are great rewards available for pledges ranging from $10-$500.  The people producing this documentary include Philip Heinrich, Nathan Wells, Zach Macias, Doug Vandegrift, and many more incredibly talented production personell. Some of the interviews will include BFG members Sean Willets (filmyguy), Forrest Whaley (forrestfire101), James Morr (spastikchuwawa), Kevin Ulrich (Brotherhood Workshop), and Dylan Woodley (NXTManiac94). Please checkout their Kickstarter page and donate, even if it's just $1, because every bit will help make this happen. This is an amazing opportunity for brickfilmers to support a project that showcases their passion.  The project needs to be funded by October 6, 2014.

Posted on 7 September 2014 | 12:56 am

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Ciné Brique is a brickfilm festival held November 22-23, 2014 in Laval, Quebec.   The festival is Canada's first brickfilm festival.  You can now submit your LEGO brickfilm until October 31, 2014.  The brickfilms can be in French or English (or no language). There will be a "public choice" award and "jury choice" award, as well as other undetermined categories.  Prizes will also be awarded.  Please check our their website for more information.  

Fancy Pants is hosting another brickfilming contest.  The theme is "A Hero's Journey."  The deadline is September 30, 2014.  Please check out the rules for the contest HERE.

September 2014 Brickfilms of the Month

Bound Movie Trailer by Monitogo Studios Brickfilms

LEGO Harry Potter: How to Kill a Dementor by BrotherhoodWorkshop

Pie by Walter Benson

The Jolly Adventures of the Men Who Travelled In Time by soppenjim

For past Brickfilms of the Month, CLICK HERE!

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Brickfilming News - Bricks in Motion Documentary Kickstarter Goal Achieved

September 27, 2014 by Administrator (Big Monkey)   Comments (0)

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The funding goal for the Bricks in Motion documentary on Kickstarter has been achieved.  Click HERE for the announcement.  (...)

Ciné Brique is Canada’s first brickfilm festival

September 26, 2014 by MonsieurCaron   Comments (0)

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You can now submit your LEGO brickfilm
There will be an official competition selection and some non-competitive categories.

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