Beautiful Prize-winning Video

December 20, 2010

My Dad sent me this link. It’s a short video with powerful content and beautiful musical score that won the

Porcelain Unicorn was chosen from over 600 entries from around the world. Filmmakers were invited to create an original short film using the same six-line dialogue as the Cannes Lions award-winning Parallel Lines short films.

The competition, called ‘Tell It Your Way’, offered the winner the chance to gain a week’s work experience at Ridley Scott Associates (RSA) offices in Los Angeles, New York, London or Hong Kong. Read more at behindthespin.com

The contest involved creating an original sixth short film to accompany Philips’ ground-breaking Parallel Lines series of short films, directed by RSA talents, Greg Fay, Johnny Hardstaff, Carl Erik Rinsch, Jake Scott and Hi-Sim. The five short films, released on www.philips.com/cinema, are part of a cinematic project whereby each director created a film in a different genre, with a different storyline, but all following the same six line dialogue.

You’ll have to watch to hear the mysterious lines….

The public voted on YouTube for the top five. Porcelain Unicorn, was then chosen by Sir Ridley Scott.  It’s a wonderful idea and you can see all the finalists online at: www.youtube.com/philipscinema

Slapstick comedy, Baby Time, was the “People’s Choice”.

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One Response to “Beautiful Prize-winning Video”

  1. jessica Says:

    Ahoy, Joanie:

    Beautiful film. What a hopeful message for the New Year and the new decade.

    Posting from my new Mac!

    xxxxj


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