Ten Thousand Images was formally established by Mette Cheng Munthe-Kaas in november 2014, and is located on the beautiful peninsula Nesodden, a 20-minute ferry-ride from downtown Oslo, Norway.
The name, however, has been in use for over 20 years as Mette’s editing business. It comes from the chinese 万像 (10000 Images) – one of several translations for just that – editing.
We work mainly with international documentary films, but we are also developing short and long-form fiction. We work locally as well as globally, and we make commissioned films on themes that we can relate to, in order to build a stabile economy within the company. We have a special place for any audio-visual work related to marine conservation, and have a close collaboration with Project Moken.
All in all – we are a multifaceted company where our main objective is to work with our passion to make a difference. We like to think of our name in a larger context based on the old idiom 森羅 万象 – making change as part of all things in the universe.
We can offer:
In-house editing facilities.
Camera and sound equipment for above and below the oceans surface (full-frame formats).
Highly trained cinematographer for underwater (and above water) shoots.