TEN DAYS is an innovative film collective that creates, writes and produces stories for the communities they are a part of. Their past work includes narrative short films, video installations, experimental video essays & film curation.
Though the directorial voices within the collective are distinct, all of their work is grounded in striking visual storytelling and a desire to centre community-focused filmmaking.
TEN DAYS have selected Alma’s Rainbow (1994) by Ayoka Chenzira to screen alongside their works.
Program run time: 1 hour 43 minutes
What’s In A Name (2022) by Kalu Oji (9 minutes)
The fish that ties its body in knots by Ranima Montes (7 minutes)
Alma’s Rainbow (1994) by Ayoka Chenzira (87 minutes)