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LEGO films by Force Brick Productions

Force Brick Productions is a rising LEGO stop-motion and LEGO film-team that needs a little help, so I thought to give them some exposure here, and let our readers know about their project. 🙂

Force Brick Productions has been involved with making LEGO stop-motion animation – also known as LEGO films or brickfilms, however they do not have the right equipment to make great quality brickfilms, so they started a small fund-raising campaign to get a jumpstart.

Thomas, a.k.a. Jedifilmer101, the brickfilmer and leader behind the project says the following about their ideas and vision for the future:

We plan on having a constant flow of LEGO stop-motion films. Most of which will be shorts but good quality shorts. We would like to release a new brickfilm every Friday to keep all of you guys happy…

Not only will we work on smaller LEGO films, but also on bigger projects like LEGO Star Wars – Oria Squad 1. This is the story of one of the best commando-squads the Republic ever had. A brother of the squad, Evac – CT-2337, is kidnapped by a deadly bounty-hunter and Oria Squad goes in the search for their lost brother. Little do the members of the squad know about the dangers they will have to go through…

We are trying to raise a total of $800 so that we can begin working on our LEGO film projects. To do so we need some decent equipment like new animation software and more LEGO bricks…

73% of the total funds ($589) will go to new software. We are planning on getting great production programs that will help us provide you the best LEGO films possible. The first one is Vegas Studio HD 11. Vegas Studio is an amazing editing software that will help us achieve great film quality. It is in this program we plan to edit all of our upcoming LEGO films. Along with Vegas Studio we are also planning on getting Dragon Frame. This is the best animation software in the market. And to add some good quality effects to our films we are also planning on getting Hitfilm Basic. If we meet our goal and we get our hands on these programs we will create some of the best brickfilms in history…

25% of the funds ($200) will go to some new LEGO bricks. Currently we have a limited amount LEGO bricks ready to get built into movie-sets but we require a bit more to produce our LEGO films. These pieces include average LEGO bricks, tiles, plants, and minifigs. All of these are must-have for good quality LEGO films…

The remaining 3% of the funds ($31) will be used to pay the IndieGoGo tax, the website that runs our campaign and handles contributions…

To show our appreciation we have some goodies to give out to contributors. You can get a variety of exclusive items you won’t find anywhere else along with our eternal gratitude for helping us reach our dream. The more you donate the better perks you get. Details are available at our campaign page

We hope you can help us achieve our goal and make Force Brick Productions shine in the LEGO brickfilming world. It has been our dream to produce great quality LEGO films for the past 7 years. Our project will only become true if we reach the total $800. If we do not reach this goal then nothing will happen and the money will be given back to donors…

Please help us out by donating and sharing this fundraiser with all of your friends. We would really appreciate it! Thank you!

If you feel inspired to support this LEGO film project, and it is something you would like to back,  head over to their fundraising page for more details. They have about a month to reach their goal. Also, Thomas is very open to ideas, suggestions and feedback on their project, so let him know what you think in the comment section below! 😉 

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  • nace10 July 4, 2012, 10:33 AM

    Cool! If you reach $800 dollars, I would love to see your videos!

  • 12dw1 July 4, 2012, 10:56 AM

    same here

  • legolotr (Nick) July 4, 2012, 11:47 AM

    Good luck.

  • nace10 July 4, 2012, 1:19 PM

    Posted this article on my site, https://nace10.wordpress.com/ . Of course that won’t really help, as the only places iv’e avertised about my site are here, brick fanatics, and a Kirby site.

    • admin July 4, 2012, 4:11 PM

      Nace, that was a thoughful thing to do. I’m sure it will be appreciated by the brickfilming team. 🙂

      • nace10 July 4, 2012, 6:15 PM

        won’t do much, as I explianed though.
        (Sorry i’m such a bad speller, I belong on the Ninjago section with my kind of spelling, as explianed on one the comment section of a LOTR post.)

        • admin July 4, 2012, 7:55 PM

          LOL! Attention bad spellers, gather at the Ninjago section! 🙄

          • studless July 5, 2012, 2:28 AM

            Wot, a proper English gentleman would never mix with those ruffians.

            • admin July 5, 2012, 8:58 AM

              LOL! 😆

              • legolotr (Nick) July 5, 2012, 10:14 AM

                I nevur mispel anithing. 😉

  • nicster2000 July 4, 2012, 4:03 PM

    If the $800 is reached does anyone know if the Minifigures(theme) and City will be in it? And where will the videos be played?
    Like which site?

    • admin July 4, 2012, 4:18 PM

      Nicster, as you can read in the article, their focus is mainly Star Wars. Usually brickfilmers share their stuff on YouTube, so that’s what I would expect. I would also assume Thomas will announce his upcoming brickfilms on his website at groovebricks.com and share them there as well. 🙂

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