A Room Full of Lego*
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Country:
Australia
Category:
Release Year & TMFF Edition:
Duration:
9 minutes
TMFF Awards:
October Nominee - Documentary of the Month
Director:
Daniel Bourke

 

Ages 4-16; unless your an Adult Fan of Lego (AFOL). A Room Full Of Lego is an exploration of the nature, spirit and collections of AFOL’s in Australia.

 


*Only a trailer is available for now.

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  • Daniel Rhoden

    A Room Full Of Lego is a short documentary diving into an exploration of the nature, spirit and collections of AFOL’s in Australia.
    This was a great short film with a simple idea. Simple ideas however can be some of the most complex to pull off. Ranging from videos of people in their homes talking about the impact that Lego has had on there health and social networking and to an event for charity where a whole community is involved, this film does a good job of showing the viewer how we can all connect with a simple brick. This film is just as much an unveiling of human connectivity as it is about a toy we all grew up with and the joys it brings to children and adults alike.

    Reply October 11, 2018

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