Just so that you're aware, most of the brickfilming community works on rather than this wiki these days. It is a much larger and better laid out wiki and I hope you'll choose to join us there rather then staying on this neglected one.
--BoatsAreRockable (talk) 23:46, January 12, 2015 (UTC)
Welcome to the Brickfilming Wiki

LEGO Brickfilm Wiki is an Internet Encyclopedia about everything to do with LEGO stop-motion animation we call Brickfilms. Brickfilm Wiki is written collaboratively by its readers known as Brickfilmers. Anyone can edit, which means You can help Brickfilm Wiki by editing any page! The Brickfilming Wiki strives to be the best information source for Brickfilms on the web. To see thousands of Brickfilms, go to Bricks In Motion


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Did you know?Edit

  • Did you know that Brickfilm is another name for LEGO Stop-Motion?
  • Did you know that there have been over 5,000 Brickfilms made?
  • Did you know that the first Brickfilm was made in the early 1970s by two men named Lars and Henrik Hassing, called En rejse til månen (on YouTube, it is uploaded on Lars' channel)?
  • Did you know that The Wars of Darkness is currently the longest known Brickfilm in the world?
  • Did you know that the term "Brickfilm" isn't exclusive to just stop-motion made with LEGO? Stop-motion made primarily with other brick-based building blocks are also called "Brickfilms".
  • That the most popular Brickfilm is currently "The Lego Batman, Spiderman and Superman Movie" by Forrestfire101 with 23 million views?

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