Topic: The Brickfilms Wiki thread

For a while I have been holding off on creating a thread for the wiki until some important unfinished pages are completed, but a wiki is never finished so I think it's about time I stop waiting. You can use this thread to ask questions, make suggestions or report problems on the wiki. This thread will also be linked as the place to submit brickfilms considered missing. This thread might just end up being only me posting, but I want to provide updates in any case.

Before editing on the wiki, please see this page to see the formatting guidelines and wiki policies. My best advice for starting editing is to copy the code from an existing page and pasting it and changing the information to create a new page.

I also wanted a thread to share interesting pages as they are created. I most recently made pages on probably the two most notable feature-length brickfilms: Star Wars: The Great Disturbance and The Wars of Darkness.

I'd also like to draw attention to the brickfilming competitions and festivals category, as this is an area of brickfilming history that my brother and I have given particular attention and the category contains many fleshed-out pages. Another good page to see films from is the brickfilms by year category. I personally have mostly focused my attention on the earlier years, as plenty of the influential and classic brickfilms are becoming less known, and I want to make sure they are still readily available to find and view, especially if they aren't on YouTube.

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Today I have converted, combined and uploaded the ten parts of Jake Technic vs. Dr. Cyber by Thomas Foote, from 2001. This is still an impressive piece of work, and I think it remains the longest and most impressive brickfilm to primarily feature animated Technic figures, which from my own experience I can say is a time consuming and difficult process. If anyone knows of any other lengthy film with Technic figures, let me know.

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Looks like the Vox video provided some traffic (these numbers are views from within the week):

http://i.imgur.com/iKH3Jtu.png

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Nice! It's great that the wiki is getting some recognition.

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I have finally finished the page on the first ever community project, Cleaning Time, including a lengthy Production section.

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Finished two filmographies I've been putting off for the longest time due to size and being spread across multiple channels: forrestfire101 and filmyguy. If you know of any films I missed, let me know.

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As the 'Brickfilms by language' category didn't really give an accurate view of what films were made where, I have added Brickfilms by country categories to all film pages. Take a look if you're interested, and let me know if I got anything wrong.

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Brickfilms Wiki rocks! We used filmyguy for research on the soon to be released podcast with Sean. I didn't know about filmingnut channel before seeing it on the wiki. Thank you very much Penta (and others) for the work you put into the project.