Results for the 13th Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest have been announced! Thank you to the judges, entrants, and Nathan Wells for making this contest possible. Thank you also to our contest sponsor, Brickstuff:
After a busy 24 hours, we've got more than 60 entries to the 13th Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest! While we wait for the judges to complete the selection process for contest winners, there are plenty of entries to keep you entertained in the meantime! Check out the entries via the releases forum, or visit this official playlist for the entries uploaded to YouTube. Thank you to Brickstuff for sponsoring the competition!
The final Brickfilm of the Week is (fittingly) The End by Graeme Allen.
The End is a 2006 brickfilm by Graeme Allen. It follows the story of two guys who are waiting around after the end of the world.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is Faithless by Matthew Gray.
Faithless is a 2006 brickfilm by Matthew Gray. It follows the story of a man in Limbo who is attempting to piece together the mystery of his own death.
Matthew Gray was a member of Brickfilms.com. He only made three brickfilms, the most well-known by far being Faithless.
THAC is a brickfilming contest that lasts for exactly 24 hours. All brainstorming, writing, recording, animating, editing and submitting must be done within the time limit. It's a challenge, it's frantic, and it's a lot of fun! Learn more about the contest here!
Results from the TCOTY Lives contest have been announced. Congratulations to Rioforce and the rest of the entrants.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is The White Ninja by Nate Burr.
The White Ninja is a 2003 comedy brickfilm by Nate Burr. It is the 11th film in the Steve and Dave series.
Nate Burr, commonly known as Bluntman, was a member of Brickfilms.com. He is also known for Grumpy Monkey, Meatspace, and Circle Circle Dot Dot.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is The Pilgrim's Son by Jason Boyle.
The Pilgrim's Son is a comedy adventure 2010 brickfilm by Jason Boyle about the pilgrim Derwin's son being hunted for to be used as a sacrifice to fulfill a prophecy. It is the last of five Pilgrim films, but was made to be understandable without having seen the preceding films. Each Pilgrim film was usually released around a Thanksgiving, with the one exception being The Pilgrim's Christmas. At 25 minutes, The Pilgrim's Son is Boyle's longest brickfilm, and was considered by him to be his best.
This week’s Brickfilm of the Week is Rübermachen by Felix Czepluch, Cornelius Koch and Theodor Becker.
Rübermachen is a 2008 drama brickfilm by Felix Czepluch, Cornelius Koch and Theodor Becker that follows two refugees attempting to cross the inner German border. It was created for the 2008 edition of Steinerei, the annual German brickfilm festival and competition. It combines stop-motion segments with brick mosaic animation created with Photoshop, and features sets made primarily from model railway decorations, to achieve a more serious tone.