The head just came from an older LEGO collection. I don’t know what set it was in originally but here’s a bricklink for it
As for the hair… that just defies explanation.
Franz Schubert wrote an excellent art song to the text of “Eorlkonig”. I think it would be great if you could somehow fit that into the score. Probably not the entire piece, but maybe some motives.
I had some of those the other day. Alas, they are not particularly functional as bricks (unless you are satisfied with building simple walls). Still pretty cool though. They taste exactly same.
I’d been hoping something like this would happen eventually and I’m very impressed with how it turned out. An excellent panel of judges and excellent nominations. Thanks to all the judges for making this happen!
Congratulations and good luck to all the nominees!
Very well done Old Ore!
This was one of the last contest films I watched so I was expecting to be quite bored with hearing all the same lines over again, yet somehow it didn’t bother me at all. Your plot was beautifully random (even the ending), and yet events did not seem to be dominated by the 10 lines. Even when I saw a line coming I was…[Read more]
That is totally awesome skud.
This is my instrument
Actually, I have only had the chance to play that particular organ once, but I couldn’t find pictures of any of the other organs I’ve played (and besides, this is the most impressive of them).
Just admit that it’s a thing most of the world doesn’t care about
Fair enough; I suppose that’s why the best teams in the world are all in America. In the US though, this is a big deal. I don’t particularly care who wins this particular Series, though I’m leaning toward the White Sox. I’m just happy that the Yankees aren’t in it again…[Read more]
Thanks for posting the outline Lech. Although I disagree with some of the specifics (I think it had too much about the website and not enough about brickfilming), it’s good to have a general structure laid out that we can work with and edit.
It’s unfortunate that none of us Leftfielders could be there, but our oldies band was performing at the pool that afternoon.
That was one of the strangest films I have seen lately. I enjoyed most of it very much, although it was a bit drawn out especially early on. It was a very disconnected plot, but in some ways that made it more fun because I didn’t have to worry about it too much.
One question though, were you aware of the ‘Math-man’ from the old Square One…[Read more]
Actually, I think it didn’t go even that far. When Dwayne_Leftfield and I were discussing voices I told him to sound like his character in SWTGD except nerdier. The wonderful end result does in retrospect seem very similar to the villain’s voice in “The Princess Bride,” though.
Although I didn’t mention it to you at the time, I was definitely…[Read more]
Congratulations and break a leg! (not literally)
I showed the cast “Macbeth in 2 minutes” and they loved it
Great! (although the proper spelling for our version is McBeth, not Macbeth) I imagine that would be an appreciative audience.
You can download the radio shows at
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It has the same theme music, though it might have some talking over top of it.
I assume that this will take a heck of a lot of time
Yes. Trust me, it will.
It sounds to me like you could just make a bunch of shorts out of these ideas instead of clumping them all together. Don’t make it feature length unless there is a good reason why ALL those shots ought to be in the same film. If your movie actually has a…[Read more]
Man you guys are organized!
I suppose the best style of planning depends largely on who the individual brickfilmer is. For us Leftfielders, it’s usually somewhat limited. The ideas will come from any one of us, we bounce them off each other repeatedly, and when we think we have a clear enough idea of what’s going on we start filming. Except…[Read more]
I am only watching the game for the comercials
Well, I watch for the game but…
This years commercials were (mostly) great! The FedEx ’10 tips for Super Bowl Advertising’ and both AmeriQuest ads were (in particular the one with the cat) were hilarious. But possibly the funniest were the two with ‘Can’t Touch this’.
They were so…[Read more]
Really nice Iron Brick!
I haven’t seen ‘Battleship Potemkin’ but I have seen Eisenstien’s ‘Alexander Nevsky’ and your film seemed to imitate the style very well. In particular though, I must say that the one explosion you did was phenomenal! That was liquid nitrogen you used, right? That may have been the best instance of special effects I…[Read more]
Congratulations Janitor! We’ll send you your autographed postcard and expired coupon as soon as we can find them.
Thanks to all the entrants. It’s great to already have my songs being covered.
Hey people, ENTER!
Is a postcard and an expired coupon not enough incentive?
All Leftfield Studios movies are family friendly!
Of course, the humour might be completely unintelligible to younger children (or to anybody else for that matter), but I think ‘The Horse’ or ‘Totally Random’ would go over well.
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