BrickFair is a Lego Fan Festival held each August near Washington, DC.
BrickFair hosts America's most dedicated adult LEGO builders and features fantastic LEGO creations great and small.
Hundreds of LEGO enthusiasts come together from across the USA (and Canada, Australia, U.K., and more) to show their best.
LEGO buildings, LEGO monsters, trains, cranes, planes and more are spread across 50,000 square feet.
While there are some interactive areas, Brick Fair is primarily an exhibition of amazing LEGO creations. Everyone can enjoy the Stay and Play area - a room full of LEGO bricks where kids and parents together can exert their creative energies.
Also look for Brick Films, the genre of movies made in a LEGO universe, where everything is constructed of LEGO bricks and ruled by LEGO minifigs.
BrickFilms are created using either stop-motion or are digitally created in a computer.
A collection of films, some new and some old favorites, are featured on the big screen all weekend.
Here's what one dad had to say: http://www.brickfair.com/images/movie/BF2010-Brad-Rourke.mov