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Porcelain Unicorn

British film director Sir Ridley Scott launched a global film making contest for aspiring directors. It’s titled “Tell It Your Way”.

The film could be no longer than three minutes, contain only 6 lines of narrative & be a compelling story. 15 more words


Short but sweet - The Porcelain Unicorn

This has been a week for films with the Oscars last night and the end of the Dublin Film Festival yesterday. There are lots of good movies out there but sometimes you come across a short piece which makes you realise that a little can be a lot. 117 more words


Love And Freedom – The Porcelain Unicorn

I don’t often refer to non-technical videos, but occasionally there is one I wish to share……this is one of them. Sad, sweet, uplifting – film-making and story-telling at its best. 134 more words

Bill Mullins

Three Minutes, Six Lines, Hold Onto Your Heart

This short  film, Porcelain Unicorn, won last year’s “Tell It Your Way” competition in which entrants were given freedom of expression and could take up any theme. 199 more words


Keegan Wilcox: «Porcelain Unicorn»

Entrants in the Philips-sponsored constrained cinema competition «Tell It Your Way» were restricted to just six lines of dialogue: «What is that?,» «It’s a unicorn,» «Never seen one up close before,» «Beautiful,» «Get away, get away,» and «I’m sorry.» 22 more words


Porcelain Unicorn

I received the following from my friend Age and felt I had to share it with you:

Once in a while you get one you just wish to share with everyone……this is one of them. 

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Behind the scenes of a short film: Parallel Lines Competition

Where was I when this all started
So there I was, behind my computer at work. The work that provides a roof above my head (it’s a great roof). 1,323 more words