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...
Radio reports: Radio Hochstift on the SCP-movie (2015)
One codes the homepage, one takes care of the YouTube channel, one produces videos, one cuts them and two others build the scenes. [...]
Interview: Westfälisches Volksblatt (2015)
Paderborn (WV). Treasures for the sofa chink? Definitely not! When Tim and his friends put lego-brick in their hands, it tingles in their fingers.
Article: www.ostwestf4le.de (2015)
As a native of "Ostwestfalen" (Germany), I am proud of the SC Paderborn. [...] Now some young people have put a video monument to the SCP and used the popular LEGO-bricks. [...]
Article: www.paderborn-meinestadt.de (2015)
Six students from Paderborn have filmed a small movie about the SC Paderborn with great effort. The special scenery consists of 8,000 Lego-bricks! Since February, they have been working on the project during their holidays, on weekends and in their spare time. And that was real millimeter work: For ...
Interview: Westfälisches Volksblatt (2014)
Paderborn (WV). The actors do not give any repugnance and obey the director. Every filmmaker dreams of it. This is the reality for seven teenagers from Paderborn.
Article: www.schiffsjournal.de (2014)
It is actually sad that we did not hear about the seven "Hundbrax" guys from North Rhine-Westphalia yet. The 12 to 17-year-olds produced movies in this year, which should not only impress many Queen Mary 2 fans!
Interview: Neue Westfälische (2014)
Paderborn. Thousands of small Lego-bricks are forming the Queen Mary 2, the "shooting star" in the small studio of seven Paderborn teenagers.