yep, Canon announces its latest contest, and heres where it gets good… Grand prize $20,000!!!+a canon product of your choice (does not include all though, you pick from a select few) check out the site here… http://www.canon.com/cdcc/
Thats cool…but from what I can tell, stop motion animation is not one of the accepted mediums. What a shame.
I thought they all ready had one. Oh well, maybe it’s a yearly contest. Let’s see if I can get me a GL2! :mischief
K, I sent them an e-mail…
I figure they probably won’t allow it,
but who knows? Maybe we’ll get lucky!
Nah, they specifically say “live-action”. But who knows, maybe they’ll respond to our plight.
Last year’s winner is clearly an animation. Computer-generated, perhaps, but nevertheless.
So we might be allowed.
Stefan has a very good point. (Were any of you able to watch the 2002 winner? I clicked it but loading just went on and on.)
However, I have my doubts that a movie made with Lego in our usual way has much of a chance. I suspect you’d have better luck using your animation skills on a more ‘accessible’ movie. Sad, but true.
hmmm i didnt see anything specifically against it so i donno, i’ll enter anyway
“Cometgreen” wrote: Nah, they specifically say “live-action”.
They say live-action, edited on a computer,
Mix those and you can make brickfilms. :wink
“Modified and/or edited live-action digital movies shot with a digital video camcorder; or computer-graphics animated movies”
I dunno. Quite a stretch, but maybe we can find a loophole that will allow brickfilming.
At least 4096 can submit his films.
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