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The deadline for this award was September 30, 2020. Stay tuned for next year.
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LIGHTS, CAMERA, LIBERTY FILM FESTIVAL AWARD
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This award recognizes the most successful online video released in the last year. Strong candidates will be able to articulate the strategic impact of their video and most typically will have:
- reached significant and strategic audiences,
- utilized effective messaging or storytelling, and
- demonstrated capable production and editing techniques.
Although the film festival will be virtual this year at our Liberty Forum and Freedom Dinner online, the 3 selected finalists will have their videos presented before an audience of international donors, peers, and allies. At the film festival, the winner will be selected in part from a vote among the audience. And this year the prize for the winning video has been upped to $10,000!
Apply by September, 30 to be considered for the 2020 Lights, Camera, Liberty Film Festival.
This opportunity is limited to current and past Lights, Camera, Liberty participants. If you have not participated in Lights, Camera, Liberty, visit our grants page to learn about the next opportunity to apply.
The winner of the 2019 Lights, Camera, Liberty Film Festival Award:
Pacific Legal Foundation: Quota
The winner of the 2018 Lights, Camera, Liberty Film Festival Award:
Becket: Why There Aren't More Sikhs in the Military
Canadian Taxpayers Foundation: Beer in the U.S.A
Libertad y Desarrollo: 3 Razones para Apoyar Ana Inmigración Sustentable y Regulada
The winner of the 2017 Lights, Camera, Liberty Film Festival Award:
Libertad y Progreso: Why Argentina Fails
Bikalpa, an Alternative: Why is Nepal Poor?
Idaho Freedom Foundation: Hope Vetoed
The winner of the 2016 Lights, Camera, Liberty Film Festival Award:
Foundation for Economic Education: Friedman vs. Sanders: Democratic Socialism Debunked
Australian Taxpayers' Alliance: All Obsolete Industries Deserve the Taxi Bailout!
Institute for Justice: Everything