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“Your film should portray someone who is Heroic, or someone who is Villainous. You as a director must decide to tell a tale of virtue, or a story of evil.”
My first “long” film, and hopefully not my last! Made over the course of two months, Frankenstein was a “villain” film made for the Heroes and Villains contest at Brickfilms.com, and was voted 1st out of 19 movies.
One of the most exciting things about making this movie was getting very strong reactions from a lot of different people of different ages. I was blown away by some of the positive and very kind reviews.
Because of the “villainous” subject material, however, there were also negative reactions, especially at the live showing. Josh described what happened:
“. . . There were audible gasps during the knife part. As the film progressed, children became visibly upset, as did their parents . . .”
I’m saddened that some people didn’t enjoy my film, but at the same time I’m very happy that my Lego animation was actually “scary,” since it was supposed to be.
I’d like to thank Josh, for running Brickfilms.com, everyone that wrote articles and motivated me with useful information on the forums and everyone who reviewed the film. This place really is unique.
Turn out the lights, turn up the speakers, and enjoy!