Producer Jason Reid holds twenty-six different awards for 'Dirtbag: The Legend Of Fred Beckey'
Anybody who has watched the critically acclaimed documentary Dirtbag: The Legend Of Fred Beckey has been inspired and enthralled by the film.
However, not many people know that before this documentary, film producer Jason Reid has also made multiple other award-winning films.
Reid is the owner of 2R Productions, a film and video company. Over the past decade, he has garnered various awards, including Webby, Telly, and Emmy Awards for his documentaries and feature films.
Let's take a look at all the awards he has won over the past decade:
Awards For 'Dirtbag: The Legend Of Fred Beckey'
In 2018, he won several awards for Dirtbag: The Legend Of Fred Beckey, including the 'Grand Prize' at Alpin Film Festival, 'Best Mountaineering Film' at Festival Gorniskega Filma, 'Best Alpinism Film' at Ulju Mountain Film Festival, 'Audience Award' at Pakistan International Mountain Film Festival, 'Best Feature,' 'Best Documentary,' and 'Audience Award' at Spokane International Film Festival, plus 'Best Feature Documentary' at Rainier Independent Film Festival.
Jason Reid's Award-Winning Documentary 'Dirtbag' (Source: Explorersweb)
In 2017, he won the 'Best Feature Mountain Film' and 'People’s Choice Award' at Banff Mountain Film Festival, 'Best Mountaineering Film' at Kendal Mountain Film Festival, 'Grand Prize' at Echo Mountain Film Festival, 'Grand Prize' at Bansko Mountain Film Festival, 'Grand Prize' at Nordic Adventure Film Festival, 'Grand Prize' and 'Audience Award Winner' at Bilbao Mendi Film Festival, 'Best Mountaineering Film' at Krakow Mountain Festival, 'Grand Prize' at Festival International du Film de Montagne Autrans, and 'Jury Prize Winner' at Torello Mountain Film Festival also for Dirtbag: The Legend Of Fred Beckey.
That is certainly a lot of awards for one film, but that's not all. In 2015, he won the 'Honoree for Sports Category' at The Webby Awards for The Finish Line.
His Other Award-Winning Projects
Furthermore, in 2014 he won the 'Honoree for Sports Category' at The Webby Awards for Mr. Irrelevant. 'Grand Prize' at Inkafest Peru, 'Best Action Sports Film' at Festival Sayulita, 'The Golden Spiffy Award' and 'Audience Award for Best Documentary' at Spokane International Film Festival for K2: Siren of the Himalayas.
He has also won other awards for K2: Siren of the Himalayas, including 'Grand Prize' at Bansko Film Festival, 'Grand Prize' at Festival de Cinema de Muntanya de Torelló, 'Official Selection' at Mountainfilm in Telluride in 2013. In 2012 also, the film was regarded for the 'Official Selection' at Banff Mountain Film Festival.
His other award-winning films include Evergreen: The Road To Legalization In Washington, Costco: A Company Built On Values, Man Zou: Beijing To Shanghai, Sonicsgate: Requiem For A Team.
Jason Reid's Award-Winning Documentary 'Sonicsgate: Requiem For A Team' (Source: AllMovie)
He has multiple awards for Sonicsgate: Requiem For A Team including 'Best Sports Film' and 'Winner of Best Online Presence in Sports Category' at The Webby Awards in 2010, 'Best Twitter in Arts Category,' 'Best Use of Facebook in Sports Category,' and 'Wild Card Winner' at Seattle Weekly Web Awards in 2011.
His film Sonicgate was also nominated for 'Editing' in The Webby Awards in 2010, and Man Zou was nominated for 'Editing – NATAS' at The Emmy Awards in 2011.
For Costco: A Company Built On Values, he won the 'Videography/Cinematography Award' at The Telly Awards in 2011 and 'Director – Post-Production – NATAS' at The Emmy Awards for Man Zou: Beijing To Shanghai.
The list doesn't end here. He has won multiple other awards at Sports Illustrated – Year in Sports Media, Reel NW, Park City Film Music Festival, Portland Beer And Movie Fest, The Telly Awards, and additional prestigious award functions for his other projects.
Having won so many awards has certainly raised his net worth as well. As of 2020, the award-winning producer has a net worth of approx. $3 million.