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15 September 2014

NEWS: LEGO Star Wars to host first 'Golden Brickies' Awards

I'd like to thank the Empire...

The people from LEGO who provide us die-hard Star Wars fans with our regular interstellar brick hit, are holding a brand new Oscar-style competition just for fans. The Golden Brickies is an award ceremony which will take place at LEGOLAND Windsor in which budding builders-cum-film-makers will be honoured.

LEGO are asking fans of their extensive Star Wars line of sets to photograph and film their models and minifigures and enter the results into the following three categories:

Best picture. Create a LEGO Star Wars inspired photograph using your collection.

Best mini movie. Either create a LEGO Star Wars movie blooper or your own alternative movie ending.

Best set build. A LEGO Star Wars inspired build.



Once in a lifetime prizes are up for grabs which include:

An invitation to the prestigious red carpet LEGOLAND Windsor Resort awards ceremony on Saturday 11th October 2014.

A chance to meet Return of the Jedi actor, Warwick Davis, as well as the bods behind the LEGO Star Wars universe.

A year’s supply of LEGO Star Wars goodies.

A LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Annual Pass for a family of four.

Entry into LEGOLAND Windsor Resort afterwards to enjoy the Resort’s 55 rides, shows and attractions. PLUS entrance to the LEGO Star Wars Miniland, which re-creates the most iconic scenes from the legendary movies and the animated TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars in over 1.5 million LEGO bricks.

Your very own bespoke LEGO C-3PO award.

The entries, which must be in by midnight on 26th September, will be judged by an expert panel which includes an Ewok... actor Warwick Davies. Simply upload your video or picture entry to the Golden Brickies page on the LEGO Facebook page, Instagram or Twitter, using #GoldenBrickies and that’s it!


Good luck!


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