Philips and the renowned director/producer Ridley Scott launched a global filmmaker competition called “Tell It Your Way,” following its Cannes Lions award-winning short-film project “Parallel Lines.”
The entrants were given freedom of expression and could take up any theme they wanted. But there were two strict rules: there had to be the exact six-line dialogue as it was in the Parallel Lines films, plus the entries could last no longer than three minutes.
Over 600 entries came in from around the world. Here's the prize-winning film, "Porcelain Unicorn” by American director Keegan Wilcox. The film is a sensitive and moving tale of how a traumatic wartime encounter inspires a man in later life.
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Published: June 11, 2011