Yeah, you should go with the full 20 minute brickfilm. It's great to watch longer videos, as they actually feel more like movies.
Gamerzone1500's Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Eye is a 47-48 minute brickfilm, but it worked out better as a whole, as did his hour-long epic, LEGO Batman and Indiana Jones: The Movie.
Studioepsilon's Henri & Edmond episodes, 'Plastic Love' and 'Copyright' were 20 minutes and 36 minutes respectively, but they were better that way as well.
Leftfield Studios' Star Wars: The Great Disturbance, a true classic, was over an hour long, and we wouldn't watch it any other way.
TheRisingFreak's The LEGO Hot Fuzz was a 45 minute video, and it was great, as it was a continuous story that wouldn't be as good in parts.
Monitogo Studios' Bound was 50 minutes, as was Johnny Paquette's Coffee and Carnage, and both were immensely enjoyable as whole movies.
All this to say, you should upload as a 20 minute full-length video. While some people may not watch it, they will be impressed by the length alone, and if it ends up being really good, then that'll only make you look better.
Last edited by BrothersWaughStudios (September 7, 2018 (05:04pm))