The A10 is a large infrastructural object cutting right through Amsterdam’s urban landscape. You are either inside or outside the A10, it is a circle of opposites, simultaneously divisive and connective, intangible yet physical, it is Amsterdam’s biggest urban element.

This essential thread in Amsterdam’s urban fabric is used daily by thousands of people to travel in, around and through the city, it remains however an intangible detached from the city that it is so intricately connected to. Its construction has influenced the development of Amsterdam and has resulted in a major division between the inner-city areas and the suburbs and along its edges it a diverse and problematic urban landscape has appeared known as the ‘ringzone’. The contasts that the A10 brings into focus forms the basis for this documentary project.

Directed Filmed and Edited by Daryl Mulvihill


Darren McClure a sound artist living in Matsumoto, Japan. His music folds together electronics, drones and processed field recordings to create pieces of minimal, abstract ambience.


René Boer and Céline Talens.

René is as an independent urban and architectural researcher based in Amsterdam and is part of the research studio Failed Architecture He has been affiliated with various urban social movements and has taught at schools in Cairo and Amsterdam.

Céline is a theatermaker and artist based in Amsterdam Celine is the narrator and guide in the A10 documentary.



The film is currently being submitted to a number of festivals. We are organising public screenings for later in 2018.

Please get in contact if you would like to host a screening: daryl [@] dmau.com


Funded by the Creative Industry Funds NL and Amsterdam Fonds voor de Kunst








Creator: Daryl Mulvihill Project: A10 Project type: Documentary Film Status: Submitted to festivals