Philips' 21:9 inspired short film competition, "Tell It Your Way", has reached the public voting stage - so now is your chance to have your say on what director deserves his or her chance to spend a week working at Sir Ridley Scott's offices in London, New York, LA or Hong Kong.

The contest was open to aspiring film-makers, who were charged with creating an "original short film no longer than three minutes, following the same six line dialogue used in Philips’ Cinema’s Cannes Lions award-winning Parallel Lines series of short films".

The would be Hollywood directors had just 3 months to shoot and upload their efforts but there was still more than 600 entries.

This number has been reduced to the top 10 by a panel of judges made up of the RSA, the British Academy of Film & Television Arts and Philips.

You can view the ten finalists' efforts now at You can vote using the time-honoured tradition of giving the old thumbs up or thumbs down depending on whether you like what you see.

You've got until 5 September to vote for the main prize. At that point Sir Ridley Scott himself will determine the winner from the top five. You can vote up until 19 September for the "People's Choice" award.

Sir Ridley Scott said: “I’m delighted to be involved with a project which supports aspiring directors and I’m looking forward to seeing how the finalists interpret the single dialogue brief”.  

The winner will be announced on 21 September.