Here Are the 2013 Reason Video Prize Winners!


On November 6, 2013 in New York, Reason announced the winners of the first-ever Reason Video Prize, which honors short-form video, film, and moving pictures that explore, investigate, and enrich our appreciation of libertarian beliefs in individual rights, limited government, and especially human possibilities.

Top honors—and $7,000—went to Drew Tidwell's "I, Pencil," produced for the Competitive Enterprise Institute. Second place ($2,000) went to Justin Monticello's "Obama That I Used to Know," and third place ($1,000) went to Isaac Reese's "Game of Food Trucks," produced for the Institute for Justice.

The other finalists were "Top DHS Checkpoint Refusals," produced by Mike Mills, and "Chrony Chronicles: I Want to Grow Up to be a Crony," by Owen Brennan, Justin Folk, and Robert Perkins.

Congratulations to all the finalists and thanks all who entered the competition.

Click above to watch a playlist of all five videos, starting with "I, Pencil."

For more information on the Reason Media Awards, including the winners of the Bastiat Prize for Journalism and the Lanny Friedlander Lifetime Achievement Prize, go here.