Ten Years Thailand is an anthology film that invites four directors to imagine their country a decade from now. Together they issue a warning about the current political situation in Thailand. Since 2014, the country has been ruled by a military dictatorship that has curbed dissent, public expression, creativity, and diversity of thought. If this is allowed to continue, what will the decade ahead look like?
This project follows in the footsteps of the awarding winning Hong Kong film, Ten Years, that was banned in China in 2015. The producers of the original film wanted to expand the concept to other Asian countries with the purpose of addressing our collective future through the cinematic medium.