While brickfilming is not dying off ("brickfilm" gives about 89,000 results on youtube, and LEGO gives 13,500,000), it's just getting ignored.
Most people on youtube watch the videos of the popular people (many of which make good content, but most either don't or have degraded in quality over the years), and the other creative videos are ignored or get barely any views at all. Youtube was made for people to share creative or funny videos, not to share videos of their trip to Costco.
Almost all the popular brickflimers started in the brickfilming golden age (if you don't know, it was a time period between 2005 and 2009, when brickfilming was becoming popular, but was ended by the downfall of brickfilms.com, and the rise of BiM).
TL;DR: Brickfilming is NOT dying, but is instead being largely ignored. Most American teens have gotten rid of their LEGO, and most Europeans (especially in eastern Europe) don't have LEGO because it's expensive.
BTW: IT'S BEEN SAID, but many of the great brickfilmers are still around, and the newer Brotherhood Workshop are amazing, go check them out, because their LOTR stuff is pretty funny.
Last edited by Troodon (March 30, 2013 (07:51pm))