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Steinerei
Steinerei logo klein
The logo of Steinerei used since late 2015
Type
Festival and competition
Hosts
Location
  • Germany,
    2005 - 2014,
    2016 - present
  • Austria,
    2015
Years Active
2005 - Present

Steinerei is an annual German-language brickfilming festival and competition. It was started by Mathias Mertens who ran it from 2005 to 2010, and has since been run by a different volunteer each year.

History Edit

SteinereiLogo

The Steinerei logo introduced in 2008 and used until 2015

The creation of Steinerei was inspired by a thread posted to BrickBoard by Maximilian "Brickfilmer_Mario" Rajczyk on August 30, 2004.[1] He asked if there were any German brickfilming competitions or festivals, which there were not at the time, and this question soon inspired Mathias Mertens. Although he had only been brickfilming for three weeks at his initial time of responding, Mertens had eight years experience organising cultural events and was also well connected in the media.[2] He began making plans for a real-life brickfilming festival to occur in Germany, and by the beginning of 2005 announced that this event would be taking place within the year.[3]

Mertens formally announced "The First German Brickfilm-Festival" on January 10, 2005,[4] and was using the name Steinerei by February.[5] The first Steinerei occurred in May 2005, and Mertens would continue to run the festival annually until 2010.

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Steinerei 2005 Edit

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Steinerei 2005, the first Steinerei, was held on the 28th of May in Giessen.[4] Films were grouped into those running less than 4 minutes and those running over 4 minutes.[6] They were judged by a jury and by the audience in the categories of Best Film and Most Promising Director. The jury consisted of Michael Althen, Karin Wehn and Sven Stillich. Films did not have to be made especially for the festival. 13 were submitted.[7]

ResultsEdit

Best Film:

Most Promising Director:

List of all films entered:

Film Name Director
About a Door Holger Imig
Adventure Hans und das Feuerschwert Daniel "Lebbat" Lebert
Car Thief II Björn "BrickMovies ent." Bartels
Die Helden von Bern Florian Plag, Martin Seibert and Ingo Steidl
Himmel oder Hölle Thekla Borchert
The Job Cornelius Koch and Theodor Becker
Der Koffer Markus "mipkr" Propach
LegoLomo IV: Black and White Horror Marcel Belledin
Not My Day Peter, Octavia, Robin, Helen and Alex Tritthart
Paradise Stefan Prisack
Teahouse Trouble Dirk Boettcher
Totentanz Steffen Troeger and Andreas Mooslechner
Zetta Inge Seemann and Petra Pfeffermann ("Zetta")

Steinerei 2006 Edit

Steinerei2006

Designed by Matthias Vogel[9]

Steinerei 2006 took place on May 13 in Hannover.[10] It was the first Steinerei to incorporate a theme, Literaturverfilmung ("Literary Adaptation").[11] 14 films were submitted to the festival.[12] The awards were simplified from Steinerei 2005, being reduced to one award for Jury Choice and Audience Choice. The jury consisted of Hansi Jochmann, Christian Stoecker and Tobias O. Meißner.[13]

ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

Audience Choice:

List of all entries:

Film Name Director
Das Gespenst von Canterville Cornelius Koch and Theodor Becker
The Fisherman and his Wife Mirko Horstmann
Found Steffen Troeger and Sandra Abele
Glück und Traum Esther Flick and Jasmin Zelcs ("LegoGirls")
Hänsel und Gretel Daniel "Lebbat" Lebert
In 80 Tagen um die Welt Stefan Prisack
Der Kaufmann von Venedig Holger Imig
Max und Moritz Inge Seemann and Petra Pfeffermann ("Zetta")
Robinson Crusoe Teil 3: "Die Rettung" Gregor Kanz
Rotkäppchen Nichtgedreht
The Secret Mario Baumgartner
Sindbad und der Elfenbeinhändler Sandra Möhn and Saskia Möhn
Das verräterische Herz Felix Czepluch
Wilhelm Tell Kapitel. 1: Die Wolfiagt Toni "LEGO-TROLL" Waibel

Steinerei 2007 Edit

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Designed by Sebastian Baller[14]

Steinerei 2007 was again held in Hannover on May 19. The theme was Geflügelte Worte (literally "Winged Words", similar to "Words of Wisdom").[15] This was inspired by the Words of Wisdom Contest held on Brickfilms.com, and several films made for this contest were used as examples of the theme.[16] The jury consisted of Christoph Drösser, Stefan Niggemeier and Volker Wortmann.[17] 19 films were submitted to the festival.[18]

ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. The Artist by Mirko Horstmann
  2. Haschisch Kakalake by Nichtgedreht
  3. Stone-Time by Mario Baumgartner
  • Special Mention: Das Wort by Manuel Wolff[19]

Audience Choice:

  1. Haschisch Kakalake by Nichtgedreht
  2. Stone-Time by Mario Baumgartner
  3. Tied:

List of all entries:

Film Name Director
Aller Guten Dinge Sind Drei* Esther Flick and Jasmin Zelcs ("LegoGirls")
The Artist Mirko Horstmann
Aus dem Leben eines Tagträumers* Philipp Bonsels
Blau Macht Glücklich* Stefan Prisack
Bricks in Love II* Steffen Troeger and Sandra Abele
Das Geschäft eines Königs* Fabian Böttcher
Ein Geflügeltes Wort Jan Wieske and Annette Malmann
("willem" / "0711 Nordlichter")
Haschisch Kakalake Nichtgedreht
In der Kürze Liegt die Würze* "Alton"
Made in 2 Days Cornelius Koch and Theodor Becker
Quiz-Fieber* Dirk Boettcher
Schatzsuche in Mormala* Students of the Youth Culture Workshop Xanten
Ein Schwarzer Tag* "Legofilm-AG des Burggymnasiums in Kaiserslautern" (Students of Stefan Müller)
Standard und Durchschnitt Inge Seemann and Petra Pfeffermann ("Zetta")
Stone-Time Mario Baumgartner
Taste Matters Stefan van Zwam
What If...? Holger Imig
Wie Gewonnen, So Zerronnen* Stefan Müller
Das Wort Manuel Wolff

Films marked with * were only in the Audience Prize competition.[20]

Steinerei 2008 Edit

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Steinerei 2008 was held on the 12th of July in Hildesheim.[21] The theme was Remake, and a variety of different interpretations of this theme were permitted. The jury consisted of Christina Schindler, Michael Stepper and Florian Plag. 15 films were submitted.[22]

ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

Audience Choice:

Brickfilmer Choice:

List of all entries:

Film Name Director
802.701 The Time Machine* Steffen Troeger and Sandra Abele
Auf Kiel Stefan Müller
Bat Boyz Mario Baumgartner
Christmas Truck "FTB-Remakes"
Fuffzich Stefan Prisack
Herr Banane hat es Eilig* Oliver Berger
Imitation Gregor "Brick-Greg" Steinmetz
Janithor Remastered Arend Hintze
Linear Jan Wieske and Annette Malmann
("willem" / "0711 Nordlichter")
Powerlight Martin Bretzer and Tobias Becker
Remake Mirko Horstmann
Rickie Will Mit auf Große Fahrt* Students of the Youth Culture Workshop Xanten
Rübermachen Felix Czepluch, Cornelius Koch and Theodor Becker
Ucom "Curzon79"
Der Volksverein* The Ander children
Weltraffer Nichtgedreht

Films marked with * were only in the Audience Prize competition.

Steinerei 2009 Edit

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ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. Der Fünfte - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  2. 5 Wochen Schnee - Mario Baumgartner
  3. Der Sündenhamster und die Fünf Kontinente - Nichtgedreht and Cornelius Koch

Audience Choice:

Brickfilmer Choice:

  1. Alles ist die Noppe - Nichtgedreht
  2. Der Fünfte - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  3. Mimus - Steffen Troeger and Sandra Abele

Additionally, the once-off "Prize for Lifetime Achievement" was created to be awarded to Austrian brickfilmer Oliver Berger, after he travelled more than 750 kilometres to attend the festival.

List of all entries:

Film Name Director
5 Wochen Schnee Mario Baumgartner
Agent 005 Stefan Müller
Alles ist die Noppe Nichtgedreht
Five Minutes Dirk Boettcher
Frust-Fünf-Freude Pinus "Fenrir" Hauser and Milan "M" Bolland
("Lux-Studios")
Der Fünfte Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
Fünf Prozent Mirko Horstmann
Jimmy O'Five (Unknown)
Die Megaputzer und der Geher 5000* Oliver Berger
Mimus Steffen Troeger and Sandra Abele
Pitiphants Nick Prisack and Stefan Prisack
Die Olympischen Spiele* "Legofilm-AG des Burggymnasiums in Kaiserslautern" (Students of Stefan Müller)
Der Sündenhamster und die Fünf Kontinente Nichtgedreht and Cornelius Koch
Virginia Smith und die 5 Minutenpause* Dirk "StoneColdProductions" Schneider
Wanderung mit Hindernis Oliver Berger
Zug Nr.5* Gregor "Brick-Greg" Steinmetz

Films marked with * were only in the Audience Prize competition.

Steinerei 2010 Edit

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ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. Alpenglow - Dirk Boettcher
  2. Was Siehst Du? - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  3. Objektivation - Cornelius Koch, Sebastian Ladwig, Julian Mitz and Jan-Felix Wuttig

Audience Choice:

  1. Was Siehst Du? - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  2. Herr Schmitzke und das Glück - Nichtgedreht
  3. Alpenglow - Dirk Boettcher

Brickfilmer Choice:

  1. Zombie Bank - Steffen Troeger and Nichtgedreht
  2. Was Siehst Du? - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  3. Tied:

List of all entries:

Film Name Director
1tein Stefan Prisack
Alpenglow Dirk Boettcher
Auf der Suche nach Glück Mario Baumgartner
Digimotion Steffen Troeger
Felix! Peter, Octavia, Robin, Helen and Alex Tritthart
Glückschip Gefällig? Rainer "Knauser" Storck
Hans im Glück "Legofilm-AG des Burggymnasiums in Kaiserslautern" (Students of Stefan Müller)
Herr Schmitzke und das Glück Nichtgedreht and Joscha Denzel
Der Hofnarr Stefan Müller
Die Megaputzer: Glück in der Liebe Oliver Berger
Objektivation Cornelius Koch, Sebastian Ladwig, Julian Mitz and Jan-Felix Wuttig
"Schöne Ferien, Scotty!" "DLAnimatics"
Trautes Heim, Glück Allein Anna Benz
Was Siehst Du? Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
Zombie Bank Steffen Troeger and Nichtgedreht

Steinerei 2011 Edit

Steinerei2011


ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. The Librarian - "Legoander"
  2. The Chameleon - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  3. Brickcity Bright Lights - Dirk Boettcher

Audience Choice:

  1. The Chameleon - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  2. Brickcity Bright Lights - Dirk Boettcher
  3. Eiskalt - Markus Engel

Brickfilmer Choice:

  1. The Chameleon - Michael Wolling and Max Zachner
  2. Brickcity Bright Lights - Dirk Boettcher
  3. The Librarian - "Legoander"

Steinerei 2012 Edit

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ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. A Future for All - "Legoander"
  2. Perfect? - Alexander and Thomas Leitner & Andreas and Michael Bitzan
  3. Calculated Risk - Markus Engel

Audience Choice:

  1. Perfect? - Alexander and Thomas Leitner & Andreas and Michael Bitzan
  2. Wer Lenkt Dich? - "ZweiStein"
  3. A Future for All - "Legoander"

Brickfilmer Choice:

  1. A Future for All - "Legoander"
  2. Calculated Risk - Markus Engel
  3. Wer Lenkt Dich? - "ZweiStein"

Steinerei 2013 Edit

Steinerei2013


ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. Day of the Sun - Nichtgedreht
  2. Realität? - "ZweiStein"
  3. Meier - Mario Baumgartner and Steffen Troeger

Audience Choice:

  1. (K)night Times - Alexander and Thomas Leitner & Andreas and Michael Bitzan
  2. Day of the Sun - Nichtgedreht
  3. Der Knusperverstärker - Dirk Boettcher

Brickfilmer Choice:

  1. (K)night Times - Alexander and Thomas Leitner & Andreas and Michael Bitzan
  2. Gewissenskauf - Markus Engel
  3. Der Knusperverstärker - Dirk Boettcher

Steinerei 2014 Edit

Steinerei2014
Stenerei 2014 was held on the 31st of May in Dortmund. It was run by Nichtgedreht. The theme was Zeit ("Time").[23]

ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. Time for $ale - Alexander and Thomas Leitner & Andreas and Michael Bitzan[24]
  2. Immortal - Markus Engel and Dominik G.
  3. Infinite - Steffen Troeger

Audience Choice:

  1. Time for $ale - Alexander and Thomas Leitner & Andreas and Michael Bitzan
  2. Infinite - Steffen Troeger
  3. Immortal - Markus Engel and Dominik G.

Brickfilmer Choice:

  1. Immortal - Markus Engel and Dominik G.
  2. Time for $ale - Alexander and Thomas Leitner & Andreas and Michael Bitzan
  3. Infinite - Steffen Troeger

Steinerei 2015 Edit

Steinerei2015
Steinerei 2015 was held on May 24 in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, Austria, by Alexander Leitner and Thomas Leitner and Andreas Bitzan and Michael Bitzan.[25] This marked the first time a Steinerei had been held outside Germany. The theme was Licht und Schatten ("Light and Shadow").[26]

ResultsEdit

Jury Choice:

  1. A Sunny Job - Dirk Boettcher[27]
  2. Ich bin ein Wrapper - Stefan Müller
  3. Paragraph - Steffen Troeger and Nichtgedreht

Audience Choice:

  1. A Sunny Job - Dirk Boettcher
  2. Paragraph - Steffen Troeger and Nichtgedreht
  3. Ich bin ein Wrapper - Stefan Müller

Brickfilmer Choice:

  1. Beyond - Markus Engel and Dominik G.
  2. Die Wand - "Twenty-one"
  3. A Sunny Job - Dirk Boettcher

Steinerei 2016 Edit

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Steinerei 2016 was hosted by Steffen Troeger in Stuttgart, Germany on the 4th of June.[28] The theme was Absurd.[29]

ResultsEdit

Major Categories:

Jury Prize:

  1. Die Story meines Lebens - Dirk Boettcher[30]
  2. Deine Mudder - "Die Vetternwirtschaft"
  3. Seleukia – Stop-Motion AG Edith-Stein-Schule Erfurt

Brickfilmer Prize:

  1. Endangered - Alexander Leitner and Thomas Leitner and Andreas Bitzan and Michael Bitzan
  2. Reformationstag - Piet Wenzel
  3. Die Story meines Lebens - Dirk Boettcher

Audience Prize:

  1. Endangered - Alexander Leitner and Thomas Leitner and Andreas Bitzan and Michael Bitzan
  2. Reunion - Markus Engel and Dominik G.
  3. Guten Abend - "Paradise Bricks"


Minor Categories:

Best Set Design:

Best "Synchro":

Best Animation:

Best Screenplay:

Best Implementation of the 5-Minute Rule:

Steinerei 2017Edit

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Steinerei 2017 will be hosted by Stefan Müller in Kaiserslautern on May 27.[32][33] The theme will be Es war einmal... ("Once upon a time...").[34]

References Edit

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