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Fantasy | LEGO Brickfilm

Fantasy, Op. 3 | LEGO Brickfilm || 1st place winner of the 2021 NXNW High School Film Festival || 7th place prize in Brick-à-Brack's Brickstars 2020 ||
"Mr. Skeleton" is the only person left on his planet (if a skeleton counts as a person). What happens when an earth-splitting (literally) earthquake/tsunami threatens his home world? As long as he has his most valuable treasure (hint: it’s not his planet), he doesn’t worry about anything else. But can he hold onto his treasure in such a cataclysm? And what exactly is his treasure, anyway? Featuring beautiful piano selections from classical composers Frédéric Chopin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Franz Liszt, this touching short stop-motion animated film might leave some lingering questions in your head.

Behind the Scenes (unlisted): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ

Sound effects from ZapSplat.com, Freesound.org, and SoundBible.com.
Music used:
- Frédéric Chopin: Piano Sonata No. 2, Op. 35, I. Grave – Doppio movimento; IV. Finale. Presto, pf. Andreas Xenopoulos
- Frédéric Chopin: Prelude Op. 28, No. 14, pf. Ivan Ilić
- Sergei Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No. 2, Op. 36 — II. Non Allegro, pf. Cecile Licad
- Franz Liszt: 3 Études de concert, S.144 — 3. Un Sospiro (D♭ major), pf. Peter Bradley-Fulgoni

This video is not endorsed or sponsored by The LEGO® Group.

Production team
Tom TorrisiProducer, project's creator

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Comments • Contests • Page 1

Such a creative and beautiful film! The pacing works very well, every scene but also every cut feels just right. The ideas for effects such as the water are also extremely fitting, creating a unique and stunning atmosphere. Overall a cute little journey told in a very nice way!

A warm and soft colorimetry with a cold theme: the death. The animation of the skeleton underwater can't have been easy. This old figurine is difficult to handle. It is a very poetic brickfilm. The sequence in the stars is beautiful. A very nice brickfilm. I recommend it.

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