Your video must be a "brickfilm", a video made up with LEGO or comparable, brick based, construction toys.
You can only post one brickfilm!
You must be the director, and hold the rights, of the brickfilm you are submitting to the contest.
The brickfilm must have been published on Youtube, Dailymotion or Vimeo between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020 (inclusive) and must be available on Brick à Brack.
Your brickfilm must contain at least 30 seconds of animation and have a plot or scenario. Tests are not accepted!
Your brickfilm must be available in French or English, or have subtitles in one of these languages. The language will, besides your place in the community, determine the most suitable category for your brickfilm.
If a winner's mailing address is not provided, within one month of the announcement of results, staff reserves the right to award the prize to another candidate based on the results.
By registering, as a participant, you agree to respect the jury's ranking and comments.
The brickfilms will be scored on ten points by each jury member. The average of the jury's scores will be used to establish a ranking. In the event of a tie, the winner will be drawn at random.
The judges cannot participate.
The staff and the jury reserve the right to make ineligible any brickfilm that goes against these rules and the rules, and guidelines, established by the community.