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EASTER Contest

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EASTER (backronymed to stand for Enjoy A Short Transient Event Right-away) is an annual brickfilming competition. Participants must create an Easter themed brickfilm with the duration of 15 or 20 seconds (depending on the host) within a given time limit, which is usually about two weeks. Originally hosted on in 2007 by Richard Frost, EASTER is now hosted on the website Bricks in Motion. The current host of the contest is Benjamin Ely who hosted EASTER in 2015 and is currently hosting the 2019 edition.

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