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Brick à Brack (also known as BàB) is a French brickfilming community website, founded in 2008 by Robin Blaisot (AKA ParodAnim) and Rémi "R-creator" J. It is currently owned by Maxime Baconnais. In 2017, it introduced an English version of the site. In 2022, Brick à Brack acquired, and planned to launch a new merger site, by Brick à Brack, in 2023.


In 2008, Robin Blaisot and Rémi "R-creator" J. decided that the French brickfilming community, mainly present on Dailymotion and the BrickPirate forums[1], should have a website in which they would share their brickfilms and help each other. They created '', later called and Brick à Brack gained progressively in popularity.

In 2012, the community moved to a totally hand-crafted website,

In 2017, Brick à Brack gained Recognized LEGO Fan Media (RLFM) status, in January 2018, Brick à Brack became a Recognized LEGO Online Community (RLOC).[2]

In November, 2017, Brick à Brack announced the availability of their website in English.

In April 2018, Brick à Brack introduce a community map where members can share their location[3] and a brickfilming event calendar[4].

In July 2018, Brick à Brack held the #SummerContest2018, a two month event consisting of weekly challenges with many prizes that were given out.

On February 21, 2022, the servers hosting the website crashed, and were unable to be restored. On February 25, the website returned on a new server with all data from before July 2021 intact. 70 percent of the data from after July 2021 was recovered and re-added to the website in the next few days.

On September 17, 2022, Brick à Brack announced that they had acquired,[5] which had been mostly dormant for the previous 14 years. had been the central location for the English-speaking brickfilming community from late 2000 until 2008, when disagreements with new owners caused the community of the time to found and migrate to Bricks in Motion instead. Brick à Brack announced their intentions to preserve historical content and launch a new merger website, by Brick à Brack, in 2023.[6]

On January 5, 2023, the Brick à Brack domain was blocked and now redirects to the website.

Significant Events[]

  • Each year, Les Brickstars reward the best brickfilms of the year.
  • Since 2010, Brick à Brack hosts the 8*8*8 Contest annually.
  • Each week, Brick a Brack highlights promising new brickfilms as "le Brickfilm de la semaine", or "The brickfilm of the week".
  • Each month, members of Brick à Brack can vote for their favorite brickfilm of the past month. The chosen brickfilm is highlighted as the "Brickfilm du mois"[7] (Brickfilm of the month).
  • Brick à Brack regularly organizes annimation challenges, which has its own dedicated forum category.[8]
Official Brick à Brack competitions (2009 - 2022)
Recurring contests: Brickstars · 8x8x8 · CABBAB · Invent the Sequel · Silent Contest · Summer Contest · VocalFlix

One-off contests: La Brique Burlesque · Minifig sans minifig · Thor: Ragnarök Contest · Fantastic Brickfilms and Where To Make Them · Avengers: Brickfilmers Assemble · Scary Contest · Imagine a Future · One Week Challenge

Non-brickfilm contests: Le voyage de la Minifig · Concours de décors

See also: Official by Brick à Brack competitions (2023 - Present)


External Links[]

Brickfilming websites · Cool Brick Movies · BrickBoard · Palikkatakomo · Bricks in Motion · Brick à Brack · WMBF · Brickfilmer's Guild · The Set Bump · ReBrick · Brickfilms Wiki · BrickVideo Studio