|We the Pumpkins Three|
|The Pumpkins Three wait to grant wishes|
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|Released||July 26, 2014|
|Part of the Riigo-Faloo series|
|The Lost Invention||The Court of Conundrums|
We the Pumpkins Three is a 2014 fantasy brickfilm by Harrison Allen. It is the third film set in the land of Riigo-Faloo, and it is a depiction of an in-universe ancient tale about a faceless woman who seeks help from a group of wish-granters, the Pumpkins Three. The film is narrated in rhyme. It was an entry to the Brickfilm Rapidly All Week Long Contest 2014, in which it placed fourth. It was one of two BRAWL 2014 entries by Allen, with the other being the joke entry, BRAWLING DURING BRAWL.
Plot[edit | edit source]
In a place known as Korange live the Pumpkins Three, who will grant wishes for a price. A she-elf approaches the Pumpkins Three because she has no face and wishes to have one, and so they plan to mix an elixir. They send the woman to acquire 2 items; the ingredient Tears of Silver from a dangerous dungeon, and a Potion Purple to serve as her payment.
When the woman returns with the items, the Pumpkins Three add a tear to finish their potion. They cut a hole so that the woman can drink it, and after a flash of light, the woman's new face appears. She is distraught to discover that her face is hideous, covered in burns and scars. It is revealed that the woman once had a beautiful face that was burned in a fire, and she had previously sought the services of the Pumpkins Three in order to remove and forget her face.
Crew[edit | edit source]
- Harrison Allen - Director, Animator, Editor, Narrator, Story, Sound, Effects
- Wilson Allen - Additional animator
- Elisabeth Allen - Music
Award nominations[edit | edit source]
|2014||Brickfilmer's Guild Film Festival||Best Brickfilm of Festival||Nominated|
|Best Sound Effects||Nominated|
|Best Music Score||Nominated|
|Best Voice Acting||Nominated|
References[edit | edit source]
|Sharks and Clowns (2012) · The Lost Invention (2012) · We the Pumpkins Three (2014) · The Court of Conundrums (2018)|