Another Brony Documentary: This time in Brit Vision! by




 
Not much to say here; it's another Brony Documentary. We're actually not even sure it qualifies, as it isn't even 7 minutes long. But this one is shot entirely in Britbong. At press time the video has under 50 views, but given how many fans will watch just to see if they can spot themselves, it will likely have over 10,000 by this time next week.

Click below for a brief history of Brony Documentaries.


This is hardly the first time that the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fandom has been the subject of a documentary. It was one-year ago this week that the film "Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony" saw its digital release, on its kickstarter budget of $348,164. The film which was produced by Tara Strong, Lauren Faust, and John De Lancie (whom has not tweeted since February of 2013 after the release), is currently available on Netflix. It is speculated by many that John and others were very upset by the amount of piracy that accompanied the digital release of the film.


 

In December 2011 Youtube-user and pony-fan Saberspark released a documentary on youtube, chronicling the very first year of the fandom.



In June of 2013,  Saberspark released another, featuring aspects of the fandom's history not as-featured in the B:TEUAF film; including its roots in 4chan.
 
 

 
Will we see more before the ride ends?
Answer: Yes.

Coming soon; "BRONY: the Movie" starring Ashleigh Ball.
 
By the time all of this is done, bronies will have more documentaries about them than most other groups.

 
Coming Never: the /mlp/ Documentary.

Comments (11)

  1. >Will we see more before the ride ends?
    Implying the rides ever ends.

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  2. You forgot the very first one. Ballad of the Brony by Saber.
    It's the best one of the bunch also.

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    1. "Ballad of the Brony" is one of my favorite fan videos, and was one of the first videos I watched upon entry to the ride. 9/10 would watch again.

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  3. >Coming Never: the /mlp/ Documentary.
    Not with that attitude.

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  4. >implying Horse-News won't be funding a documentary
    >implying MLPcritic and FedYourPony? won't go on an adventure cumming inside random items

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  5. Oh great more documentation of the worlds biggest autists and their pride for watching girly cartoons.
    I've never seen such narcissism before in my whole life.

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    1. True, but it's much easier listening to British plonkers as opposed to American aspies.

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  6. Oh God, it just pains me to see my fellow britbongs like this. I just find it bloody hilarious when she's talking, because I usually see bronies as more of an American thing.

    I'm probably the only one in my town that secretly likes FiM, or people over here are just really good at hiding their power level (well, besides from the peeps in the "documentary")

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