- M6 is launching this Wednesday 23 December Lego masters, A new competition in which eight pairs of small brick lovers compete.
- Every week, candidates will compete on two tests that combine technique and artistry.
- 20 minutes One of them participated in filming and had the right to a guided tour.
When we imagine what would be the perfect place for children of all ages to spend the afternoon of a dream, we are pretty sure that the film set Lego masters Meets all criteria. Last July, 20 minutes M6 went behind the scenes of the new game in which Brick reigned supreme. On walls, behind studios, and even on the floor, there is not a place where our eye does not rest on a lego. In general, a total of 2.5 million coins were collected after the show was produced.
While most of us would not know what to do with so many bricks, aside from a small house that does not have a roof and no window, the ideas (and energy) for the sole purpose of winning eight pairs of candidates Working with competition. In Lego masters, Time is precious even if it seems too long at first glance. For example, the largest in trials lasts more than 20 hours. Rest assured, participants are entitled to a twenty minute break every three hours!
Technology, Story and Aesthetics
“We barely started casting what everyone knew,” says 20 minutes Andemolshine France producer Julian Randranarisoa gave evidence that the world of bricks is small. In just 48 hours, several hundred applications were submitted, but production teams also saw the best producers on social networks. After setting the duo’s top 50, wishing to work in the actual conditions of the show, the cast saw the pair go from five to five with the same 13,279 pieces putting the same test on them. “We saw if he could hear his feelings verbally, if they were funny”, the producer commented.
After watching the first episode, you can believe us: the contestants are as colorful as the two million bricks around them. Some have a completely insane style, others are more in reserve, but all and all can achieve feats that until then seemed unimaginable. Above all, everyone is amazed when they see more than two million of these bricks in front of them.
During his adventure, he was judged by a pair of “masters of bricks” on three criteria, technique, story and aesthetics. The first, George Schmidt, is one of fourteen Lego-approved manufacturers in the world. In short, he is the only Frenchman who can build on brand names for film releases, exhibitions or store windows. The other, Paulina Abbey, is an artist specializing in the design of paintings made of bricks, such as mosaics. Their expert gaze will focus more on the artistic aspect of building candidates.
A world record broke on the show
Lego masters It was conceived in the United Kingdom, where it aired from 2017. Since then, it has experienced an adaptation, whether in Germany, Australia, the United States, but also in Colombia, Chile. Or in Poland. The French production of the show was inspired by the feel of these different versions to best imagine them. “It was interesting to get the best ideas from our predecessors and to go back,” says Eric Antoine, who runs the program. We did not make 100% proof, we looked for elements that worked for both. But even candidates who had heard of foreign versions found themselves in trouble. “
Producer Julian Randranarisoa has promised: There will not be a copy of what has been done abroad since Wednesday, a program that aired on M6. “A world record was made in one of our eight events and no one expected it. George, who had seen the brickwork, said he had never seen it. The winner of the event will win 20,000 Euros and their final composition will be on display at Necker Hospital for several weeks.
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