The fundraising campaign for Bricks in Motion: the Documentary on Kickstarter has ended, raising $12,800 from 270 backers! We're excited by the success of the campaign, and grateful to the BiM community for making this happen. In order to make the film the most ambitious and successful project it can be, however, we'd like to aim higher.
Bricks in Motion: The Documentary is a feature length film about the world of stop motion LEGO® animators. We'll explore the personalities and lives of various filmmakers around the world.
In return for your support, we're offering a number of exclusive rewards, including the Bricks in Motion Collection, a DVD and Blu-ray of classic films from the Bricks in Motion community, with new director commentaries! It will also showcase all the entries to the recent BiM Celebration contest.
To learn more about the rewards or make a pre-order, visit the BiM Documentary discussion thread.
The Bricks in Motion Documentary Kickstarter campaign has launched. We're making a documentary about the world of brickfilmers, and we need your help to make it happen!
In return for your support, we're offering a variety of cool rewards, including custom sets designed by Nathan Wells, copies of the documentary when it's complete, and a collection of classic films on DVD and Blu-ray with new director commentaries.
We've launched a new contest: create a 30-second short film, and it will be included on the first Bricks in Motion DVD film collection. For full contest details, head to the announcement thread. The deadline for this competition is September 6!
The 2014 edition of the popular week-long BRAWL animation contest run by community members is soon to begin, starting July 20! For more information, check out Fun Sucker's announcement thread on the competition. Good luck!
Forum member LASF has organized a 2014 round of the EASTER animation contest. For details, check out the forum thread.
Forum member Squash has launched an unofficial summer brickfilming competition! Check out the contest details in the forum.
The results of the most recent Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest have been announced. Check them out in the forums.