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|Founded||Washington, D.C (December 16, 2000)|
|Headquarters||New York, USA|
Brickfilms.com is an online community dedicated to "brickfilms", stop-motion animations made with Lego.[unreliable source?] It hosts a forum for filmmakers, technical articles and resources, and a directory of brickfilms. In 2007 the site was the Internet's "main hub for Lego filmmaking", according to the Wall Street Journal.
Brickfilms.com began in 2000 as a website displaying several films collected by Jason Rowoldt, its founder. In 2006, the website's official history stated that it had grown to host an active community of filmmakers and a directory of "hundreds of films".
In early 2003 Jason Rowoldt sold the site to Joshua Leasure.
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- Lavallee, Andrew (2007-10-06). "In This Film Industry It Really Helps To Be a Blockhead - WSJ.com". Online.wsj.com. Retrieved 2012-11-29.
- History of Brickfilms Brickfilms.com Wiki (archived version)
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