Added: Sep 27, 2010

From: Keegan Wilcox

Duration: 3:2

Winner of the Philips Cinema 'Tell It Your Way' international competition. CREDITS: German Boy - Trevor Teichmann Jewish Girl - Fiona Perry Older Man - Bruce Schroffel Older Woman - Rita Zohar Writer / Director / Editor - Keegan Wilcox Producer - Anselm Clinard Director of Photography - Adam Biddle Gaffer - Phil Badger Production Designer - Alexa Roland & Ryan Berg Sound Mixer - Carrie Sheldon Hair & Make-up - Georgia Jacobs Sound Designer & Editor - Jeffrey Alan Jones Composer - Greg Nicolett Coloring - Sebastian Perez-Burchard / Tunnel Post Visual Effects - Damian Drago / Tunnel Post

Channel: People


Rating: 4.8938184' max='5' min='1' numRaters='5387' rel=' ( ratings)    Views: 903996    Comments: 645

Charles Liebert Says:

Aug 9, 2011 - *Porcelain Unicorn.*

Didier J. MARY Says:

Aug 9, 2011 - *Porcelain Unicorn.*

Jozef Môstka Says:

Oct 21, 2012 -

Sakis Koukouvis Says:

Apr 13, 2012 - !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Robin Winzler Lane Says:

Jul 27, 2011 - Two short films that are absotively sock-knocking: "The Porcelain Unicorn" and "Eyrie." You should watch them. ("The Porcelain Unicorn" won a film contest that required six specific -- and seemingly unrelated -- lines of dialog as the only dialog. It's amazing how much story is packed in such a short piece!) "Eyrie" can be found at Eyrie

Lynnelle Wilson Says:

Jul 12, 2011 - If you haven't seen this, take 3 minutes and watch. Beautiful. Amazing what you can communicate in 3 minutes and 6 lines.

Jan Bussey Says:

Aug 30, 2011 - Also at

ira branov Says:

Aug 30, 2011 - Ridley Scott announced Porcelain Unicorn from American director Keegan Wilcox as the winning short film in Philips’ Tell It Your Way film-making contest. The contest, which received over 600 entries from around the world, invited aspiring filmmakers to create an original short film using the same six-line dialogue as the Cannes Lions award-winning Parallel Lines short films directed by RSA talents Carl Erik Rinsch, Greg Fay, Johnny Hardstaff, Jake Scott and Hi-Sim. Commenting on his choice of winner, Sir Ridley Scott said: “I chose Porcelain Unicorn to be the winning film as it had a very strong narrative; a very complete story that was well told and executed.” Porcelain Revised Score

Ulla M. Saikku Says:

Oct 11, 2011 - Winner of short film competition. No more than 6 lines or 3 mins was the rule. via Stephen Fry

vasilis pipidis VP Says:

Feb 26, 2012 - Porcelain Revised Score

Shanika Kuruppu Says:

Aug 12, 2011 - The winner of the 'Tell it your way' competition where all the entries had to have the same dialogue: "What's that?" "It's a unicorn." "Never seen one up close before." "Beautiful." "Get away. Get away." "I'm sorry." Courtesy The Age.

Randal J. Hale Says:

Jul 26, 2011 - Excellent.....

Stan Dubin Says:

Feb 22, 2012 - (3 minutes) Watch only if you want to experience numerous emotions -- Porcelain Revised Score

Jandy Hardesty Says:

Jul 27, 2011 - Winner of a short film contest sponsored by Phillips - chosen from among 600 entrants by Ridley Scott.

Frankie Donjae Says:

Jul 27, 2011 - Porcelain Unicorn

Laurent Gloaguen Says:

Aug 9, 2011 - *Porcelain Unicorn.*

Dyno Buoy Says:

Mar 3, 2013 - Porcelain Revised Score

Tim Coldwell Says:

Jul 28, 2011 - This summer, Philips (electronics) and director/producer Ridley Scott launched a global filmmaking competition dubbed "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. There were two strict rules: The dialogue could be precisely six-lines (as it was in the Parallel Lines films), and entries could not exceed three minutes. Here's the prize-winning entry in Philips' "Tell It Your Way" competition. Easy to see how it impressed and touched the judges.

Dietmar Huneke Says:

Feb 11, 2012 - 3 minutes of your time to watch'll like it.

Sike Mapleton Says:

Jul 27, 2011 - The Philips Parallel Lines “Tell It Your Way” competition gave filmmakers the challenge of 3 minutes max and 6 lines of the following dialogue to bring their best: What’s That? It’s a Unicorn Never seen one up close before Beautiful Get away, get away I’m sorry This is the grand prize winner. And holyfuckingshit it's something else.

Zack Arias Says:

Feb 11, 2012 - 3 minutes of your time to watch'll like it.

Linda Dee Says:

Mar 17, 2012 - Exquisite! Winner! Watch this short

Martin Bailey Says:

Feb 11, 2012 - If you have three minutes free, and a box of tissues handy, watch this.

Vladimir Kelman Says:

Aug 31, 2011 - *Porcelain Unicorn*

Александр Гершаник Says:

Apr 25, 2014 - Это надо смотреть!