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Brickstars 2017

By Aiwha (Nov. 12, 2017)

It is finally here, today we announce the 2017 edition of the Brickstars, the biggest contest of our community.

Just like every year, the judges will evaluate your creations in several categories, like :
- Screenplay,
- Animation,
- Mise-en-scène,
- Sound design,
- Set design,
- Visual effects,
- Cinematography.

The judges will also choose a Best Brickfilm, a Promising Director, and a Best Foreign Brickfilm.

The deadline is December 31st, 2017 (23h59 GMT+1) to enter with your best brickfilm of the year.
It's free, only takes a few seconds, and you can win interesting prizes!

The judges will be talented brickfilmers, representatives of other AFOL websites, and maybe you, if you so desire.

The Brickstars this year are sponsored by La Petite Brique and LEGO, as a RLFM.

Good luck to every brickfilmer!

You can enter right here :

Big thanks to Kim Ellekjær Thomsen from LEGO who has accepted to provide us with the prizes for this awesome contest.


Cool! I participate!

Nice, I've joined in as well.

Awesome!! Can't wait to enter and see everyone else's submissions! Now which film of mine do I choose...

Is it possible to win in more than one category?

English people can only participate to the "Best Foreign brickfilm", they can't win in more than one categorie, for french brickfilmers, they can win in multiples categories but they can't win more than 2 prizes

Just saw this now I'm totally doing it! Can't wait

I have French subtitles for my video, can it be eligible for categories other than Best Foreign Brickfilm?

@Lunatic ProductionsI have French subtitles for my video, can it be eligible for categories other than Best Foreign Brickfilm?

We use the native language of the brickfilmer and not that of the video and/or subtitles to determine in which category we classify his brickfilm, to avoid that everyone provide us subtitles from google translate.

I know it's not nice to have a separation between communities like that, honestly we didn't think there would be so many english-speakers, we'll do better next year.

I submitted my film "LEGO Star Wars: Lando's Deal" to this contest, but don't see it listed on the "entries" list. The film met all the criteria in the rules, so I'm confused as to why it wouldn't be listed as entered?


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