Article: www.schiffsjournal.de (2016)
A new YouTube strip amazes both ship and Lego fans alike. The guys from Hundbrax were again industrious and have recreated the famous Bismarck from Lego bricks (scale 1:250). We say Chapeau and are thrilled!
Maker Faire Ruhr 2016
Our first day at the Maker Faire is over.
Thousands of visitors visited the tinkerers fair in Dortmund. Many visitors also looked past our stand and watched the Titanic movie in the cinema. The film and the models aroused great interest among the audience. Our stand was always well visited, our fly...
Success at the GSN Awards 2016!
On the evening of January 31, 2016, we were honored with an award of the Gymnasium Schloß Neuhaus in the category "Art & Culture"!
The website www.1000steine.de sent us a brick with the Titanic-logo for our LEGO Titanic recently.
We are at the Maker Faire Ruhr 2016!
Our booth is all about LEGO. We will show you our LEGO movies and, of course, also bring models and sets from the films, which you can look at there. Besides that we will also produce a short film: During the production you can watch us and even participate!
Article: www.draufabfahren.de (2015)
Remember the 15th of November in your calendar - it is the NRW cinema-day on that sunday. Your opportunity to see Hundbrax and her "Titanic" -Lego movie!
Article: www.titanic-museum-germany.de (2015)
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*The TITANIC sinks again in the cinemas: New lego-movie using the Stop-Motion-technique!*
Article: www.schiffsjournal.de (2015)
In Nordrhein-Westfalen (Germany) today a very special "Filmpremiere" is celebrated: One of the most elaborate LEGO-Titanic film of all time was released on YouTube. A film team of six guys, who were working countless hours as well as 200 LEGO figures were necessary.
Radio report: Radio Hochstift on the Titanic-movie (2015)
Now there is a LEGO version from Paderborn for the sinking of the Titanic. This will be our topic this morning. [...]
Paderborn. There are six youngsters from Paderborn who all have the same passion: LEGO stop-motion movies, which are called brickfilms in technical terms. They are: Sebastian Brumby, Tim Olszewski, Timo Deutschmann, Ben Pleiniger, Luca Olszewski and Julian Schlangenotto. Six kids from Paderborn, who...