It was written for an orchestrated version of a then well-known Norwegian play, “Peer Gynt”.
And Peer Gynt is written by Henrik Ibsen, which was a famous Norwegian playwright.
Oh, and the piece is called ‘Dovregubbens hall’ in Norwegian.
Review of the film:
Although I didn’t like the film, nor understood much of it (even after 2 years off ‘deutch’) I thought it was well animated and had a good quality. The framerate could have been a little higher, though.
The reason why I didn’t like it, is based upon that I didn’t understood what happened and that I didn’t find it funny,…[Read more]
When I read ‘Dubliners’ by James Joyce I remember that I thought that the last novel could have worked well as a brickfilm. It was one of the stories I liked best in the book.
It would been nice to make it, but I don’t think I will find time to it.
When the Community Project idea was announced I found it interesting and I thought that it had been fun doing something like that. At that time I worked on my Brickfest entry and didn’t have any time enough to join a project, so I awaited til I had time to get involved. I think the time has come.
What I want to say, is that: If you need my help…[Read more]
um, what the rule of third?
Here you go:
The Rule of Thirds. One of the most popular ‘rules’ in photography is the Rule Of Thirds. It is also popular amongst artists. It works like this:
Imaginary lines are drawn dividing the image into thirds both horizontaly and verticaly. You place important elements of your composition where these lines…
In this scene the charachters are placed very smart. The rule of third is here followed very well. If you draw a straight line through the the middle of the shot you will find that you go through both characters shoulders. By putting them like this, you clearly get that the mime is more in the background. As said once before, they’re placed very…[Read more]
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The whole intention with this film was to make it without a plot, just 100% action.
That is my biggest problem about this film. It’s incredibly well made and it amazes my when I watch it, but by having no story and just action you make me not to like it as well as I could if there had been a reason behind these killings.…[Read more]
A perfectly fine film, but it’s not the kind of film that I’ll watch again and again. The main reason why I feel that is because of the computer voices. They get worse every time I watch it. Another reason lies in that I don’t get the story and what it has to do with the proverb. If you could explain it…[Read more]
This film was very good to be your first. The story was good and cleverly shown in your use of different camera angles. The music fitted well for this film and emphasized the cartoonish action. It was funny too
The only tip I want to give you at this point, is to use a higher framerate. A framerate on 15 is advisable.
This was a simple, yet effective film that showed the “proverb” very nicely.
The voices in this film were well played and showed, in a way, the characters personality – the little boy as a naive kid and the man as the sneaking unpleasant salesman. You did a very good job there.
The camera angles were well put…[Read more]
You have made a good film, but I feel that there are room for improvement. I will try to help you a bit on the way
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The animation throughout the film was good. The only thing I feel that I should mention, is the special way you made the men walk down the stairs. It made it more natural, but…[Read more]
This is a truly amacing and wonderful film. I love it
Everything about this movie is great! I therefore don’t think I need to mention all of them. What I feel like I should say is that you really have got the minifigs to live. They have very realistic movements. It’s a pleasure to watch the boy when he avoids all the…[Read more]
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This was a film with great animation and good camera movements. The music was well chosen that got you into the action right away.
There were some very neat design in this film. Especially in that bull, but also in the dogs. It was fancy when the bull stamped with his feat. You knew that the bull…[Read more]
This film was very nice and had good and innovative story. The story was mostly build on how you animated that the ‘wall’ was there. That was done very well and by including sounds you got the impression that there really was something there. The mime made it a cool end and it was a cool mime too. Nice touch with his…[Read more]
Minifig Movie Studios’ WoW entry:
* J.R.R. Tolkien (though the Silmarillion got a bit boring)
😆 I got to page 50 before I gave up. Silmarillion is heavy lecture. I’m impressed
My favourite author has to be Jules Verne. So many good books.
Other authors I like is:
Erlend Loe (a Norweagian writer that uses lots of punctation)
W. E. Johns (not because of the…[Read more]
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