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Yeah, most of the rules will be the same as last year. I think we’re just about zeroed in on a good set of rules for these BrickFest contests.
“RevMen” wrote: Actually, another item that I told Joe I’d work on was organizing a montage of clips made by brickfilmers. Each clip will be between 5 and 30 seconds and will be a reproduction of a famous scene from a movie.
Now I could do that. Do we get to pick our own scenes? I guess we need to consider the lead in/lead out of the clips to allow for editing.
I will start (yet) another thread about the movie scene clips.
Heh, as Errol sort of said, The Gong Show would be awesome.
Everyone tries to make the most entertaining film possible, and they’re all combined together with a panel of three judges who vote on when to stop playing the film because they really don’t like it.
Or am I being falsely nostalgic, as I never watched The Gong Show while it was on… My age may have something to do with it.
How about a film about creating some sort of entertainment? Sort of like a person trying to write a film, or a diretor ‘searching for his/her vision’.
One other thing for a ”Entertainer” would be a ”Ventrialquist” it’s a thought. Now what else……..hmmmmm….
We could do some type of classical play remake. The only thing would be that there would have to be a HUGE twist in it. Liek Romeo and Juliet. Only Juliet would be inlove with a Monkey instead of Romeo or something like that. 😛
I am for no theme whatsoever. As for what has been suggested so far, I support the “Entertainer” one as it is the most broad.
Maybe we could do a lot of movie shorts, like those flash bunny things.
Jaws in 30 seconds. Alien in 30 seconds.
Of course we do have Macbeth in 30 seconds. 🙂
I’m just brainstorming here, don’t mind me.
lol that’d be awesome, it’d be cool to do something like that. even if it’s not for brickfest, it could be the movie in 30 seconds contest.
Meh, I would prefer to make a longer project. 30 seconds is way too easy.
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