Topic: Brickfilming Discussion Week 7: Areas of Improvement
Welcome to the Weekly Bricks in Motion Filmmaking & Brickfilming Discussion thread!
These threads are designed to inspire discussion, debate and discourse on the topics of filmmaking, brickfilming, storytelling and LEGO. Each week I will start a new thread with a new discussion topic. Everyone is welcome to contribute as long as you have something thoughtful to say. Paragraphs are encouraged! If you are going to participate in this thread, please keep the discussion civil and refrain from pointless jokes, image macros, or “memes.”
Please stay on topic and keep your comments civil and respectful of other members.
Feel free to continue to contribute to the previous discussion threads as well. Just because they are older doesn't mean they aren't relevant any more!
Week 1: Why LEGO?
Week 2: Dealing with the Mockers
Week 3: Brickfilms with Licensed Themes
Week 4: Challenges Unique to Brickfilmers
Week 5: For Mature Audiences Only
Week 6: Please Like, Comment and Subscribe
This week’s discussion topic:
What area(s) of brickfilming, if any, could be improved?
Previously, improving camera quality and accessibility to quality editing software and online storage to host brickfilms were big issues. Now, in the age of high-quality webcams, cheap software and YouTube, what in brickfilming can be improved now? Storytelling? Better representation of female characters? A wider range of represented genres? Respect, discussion and discourse in the forums? Something else entirely?