Showing posts from March, 2013

In-House Animation Department and Legoman Will Both Return!

By: Andrew Bermudez (Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Headquarters; March 15, 2013)      In a strange twist of events, Mustache Maniacs Film Co. has announced the return of the last two things that anyone would have guessed. The first is an in-house animation department, which Mustache Maniacs Film Co. hasn't had since 2009, which is when Brick Tales was closed. "However," said LEGO Studios CEO Mark Matthew, "we will have a new name for this animation department, which is Drawn To Life Animation. This is special, as this will give our animated films, especially the traditionally-animated ones, a sense of personal identity, as they've only got the standard logo on them as of now. This also comes at a crucial time, as this is another step completed for Mustache Maniacs Film Co.'s tenth anniversary next year." Later this month, an animation for the animation department's new logo will be posted to Vimeo as part of the Motion Design Animation collection, and …

Learn How to get a MyJobs Internship at College of the Canyons this Spring!

By: Andrew Bermudez (Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Headquarters; March 3, 2013)      With the registration for The Film School Challenge behind us, another animated film is now ready to be officially announced! This new animated film will be titled  A Bite of MyJobs and is all about the MyJobs internship program at College of the Canyons! "We are hoping that this animated film will entertain and help students at College of the Canyons understand how this internship program works so they can experience it for themselves," said LEGO Studios CEO Mark Matthew. "For the rest of us who live outside the Santa Clarita Valley and/or don't go to College of the Canyons, we still hope that you will find the film entertaining."      In this film, vampire Dracula has come to the campus after dark to find some victims to quench his thirst. Stumbling upon a career counselor in the CWE office, he heads inside, hoping to suck some blood. Instead, the career counselor lectures him o…

All New Ask Mark Matthew!

By: Andrew Bermudez (LEGO Studios; March 1, 2013)      Today we bring you another 'Ask Mark Matthew,' containing 100% new material! Let's get started!

LegoHubTv writes: How many people have registered [for The Film School Challenge] yet?
Mark: Now that registration has now ended, we have a total of five participants. The standardized set-up for the contest required seven people, but we're working on a way to change it for the five people.

MRlegobuilder987 writes: Great! I remember always wanting to do an Alamo brickfilm. Was the audio remastered though, or is it original?
Mark: It's original. You see, even though Remember the Alamo was filmed all the way back in 2005, it was never edited together until now, so this film straddles the gray area between release and re-release; it's old, but this is the first time it was ever released. There were some elements to the film from then that did have audio, though. However, these are not in the finished film.

A Mustache M…