Please pardon the bit of a bump.
I finally got around to watching this today, and all I can say is "Wow!"
Your brickfilm features articles have always had a knack for finding little-known films, but this takes things to an even higher level.There are so many films included that I have never even heard of, and your detailed research is quite commendable. Plus, several of the stories behind the films are given, and those are an added plus. It's obvious that you have a great passion for brickfilming history. Even better, your passion is paired with an excellent and engaging style of presentation that keeps the glut of information from choking viewers with too much too fast. Even if it does, they can at least empathize with the explorer's entertaining young friend.
I thoroughly enjoyed this history, and aim waiting impatiently for Part 2. However, I fear once the Golden Age hits, your job of finding the most influential and worthwhile brickfilms will become far more difficult. Are you planning on doing this through to the present? I'd be interested to know what you consider the 'biggest' or 'best' films of, say, even the BiM years. Although I admit that lasting influence and popularity would be hard to gauge being so close to their release, and without the filter of time to sift through the lesser works.