This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is Money by Dave Wardell.
Money is a 2005 comedy brickfilm by Dave Wardell. It is about an impoverished Ralph and Rupert attempting to withdraw the last of their money from the bank but getting mistaken for bank robbers. It is the fourth film in the Ralph and Rupert series and also stars characters from Wardell's film Stop! Thief!
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is The Crow and the Fox by "France and Alex".
The Crow and the Fox is a retelling of the fable The Fox and the Crow by Jean de La Fontaine. It was made by French brickfilming team "France and Alex" in 2006. "France and Alex" are also known for Gaston's Odyssey and Bestia.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is VIRUS by Fred Mangan.
VIRUS is a unique brickfilm focusing on brick-built robot characters who live inside a computer. It was made in 2011 and has remained little-known within the brickfilm community.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is Onorno by Bert Loos.
Onorno is a comedy brickfilm about two men who argue over what is written on a sign they are viewing from opposite sides. It was made by Bert Loos in 2005, andwas an entry to the first Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest and placed thirteenth in the judges' choice and eleventh in the entrants' choice. Bert Loos was a member of Brickfilms.com and is a member of Bricks in Motion. He greatly helped the Brickfilms Archive project when he provided thousands of archived brickfilms to the organizers, some of which had thought to have been lost forever. His other films include About Rapunzel, Storyline Buildup, and Da Europeans.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is Blambo Part II by Logan Dwight and Ian Hirschfeld.
Blambo Part II, also known by its full title The Chronicles of Blambo Part II: The Epic Battle of Ameripan vs Super Chindia - Special Edition Director's Cut, is a comedy action brickfilm by Logan Dwight and Ian Hirschfeld. It was made in 2005 for the Heroes and Villains contest, and ultimately placed 9th. It was also nominated for two awards in the 2005 Brickfilming Achievement in Motion Picture Arts.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is Reality (What a Concept!) by Mark Butler.
Reality (What a Concept!) is a drama brickfilm by Mark Butler about a man who has destroyed reality. It was made in 2004 for the A Peculiar Event contest and ultimately won third place. Mark Butler was a member of Brickfilms.com, and only made three films: Reality (What a Concept!), Extreme Preparation, and Extreme Delivery.
Watch Reality (What a Concept!) on the Brickfilm Archive, and then head over to the spoilery discussion thread to discuss with your fellow brickfilmers!
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is 2001: A LEGO Odyssey by Marc Atkin.
2001: A LEGO Odyssey is both a homage to the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey and to the LEGO building toy and spans several eras. It was made in 2001 by Marc Atkin. Marc Atkin was a member of the early LEGO fan site LUGNET, and his films were in the Brickfilms.com directory. His only other film is Jar Jar Binks and the French Revolution.
Watch 2001: A LEGO Odyssey on the Brickfilm Archive, and then head over to the spoilery discussion thread to discuss with your fellow brickfilmers!
And here they are, the winners to the 2014 Bricks in Motion Awards. Congratulations to all of the winners and the nominees! Zach and I are extremely happy that we have been able to bring back the Bricks in Motion Awards to everyone, and we'd especially like to thank our fellow judges: Littlebrick, Dewfilms, sillypenta, and Squash, with help from AquaMorph and Smeagol.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is Beast by Nathan Wells.
Time to be a little self-indulgent! It’s my birthday next week so I thought I’d be selfish. Beast is a horror myster brickfilm about Dr. Wilson, a scientist who will do anything to find a cure for cancer and must deal with the sudden murder of his lab assistant. It was made by me, Nathan Wells, in 2006 for the Fame, Infamy and Glory Contest, and ultimately won second place. Beastwas also nominated for Best Sound Design in the 2006 Brickfilming Achievement in Motion Picture Arts Awards. I was an active member of Brickfilms.com from 2005 to 2008, and have been active on Bricks in Motion since its founding, save for a “short” hiatus. My other films include Alex and Derrick: Five Years Later, 30 Years: The Story of the Minifigure, Blinders, Unsound, andInfinity Squared.
The time has come! Over the last few months, our panel of judges have debated and discussed, and we've finally come to a consensus. The winners of the 2014 Bricks in Motion Awards have been chosen, and now it's time to reveal them in style.
You can learn more and check out the entire list of nominees in this thread.