In first place, winning a copy of Animator DV Film Producer
In second place, winning a copy of Animator DV Professional +
In third place, winning a copy of Animator DV Edu/Personal
In fourth place, winning a copy of Animator DV Simple+
And to the remaining entrants goes a copy of Animator DV Simple.
Congratulations to our winners, and thanks for participating. If you are due a prize, you need to send an e-mail to email@example.com containing the name of your film, whatever director's name you used, and your full name. Greg will give you instructions on claiming your prize.
Gregory, the author of Animator DV, has asked me to announce a small contest he wants to sponsor. He's giving away a lot of copies of his software, so this one is probably worth your time.
The idea is to make an advertisement for Animator DV, just like you might see on TV. It can consist of brick animation, or a combination of brick animation and live action. In these sense it's not really a traditional brickfilms contest. This might, however, give some of you a chance to do something new.
edit: Please see the contest page for details on the time structure of your entry.
The resolution of the film should be 400x300. Submit it in whichever format you like, but please include one version in either avi or mpg format.
The film will be judged by two separate groups. The first group will be a small committee that I will form of brickfilms members. The second group will be Gregory himself or a committee he forms.
The brickfilms group will give away:
1) 1 copy of Animator DV Professional+ 10
2) 1 copy of Animator DV Edu/Personal 10
3) 1 copy of Animator DV Simple+ 9.02
4) 5 copies of Animator DV Simple 9
Gregory will give away 1 copy of Animator DV Film Producer
To get an idea of what all of these different versions of Animator DV are, look here: http://animatordv.wmmedia.com/comparison_10.htm
The deadline is currently the end of February. Details on submission procedure will be provided when they are available.
edit: By submitting your entry, Greg assumes the right to distribute your film over the internet. Although it is meant to look like a TV commercial, it will not be shown on TV.