Ten Minutes Older is a cinematic project from 2002 that consists of two compilation feature films, The Trumpet and The Cello. Nicolas McClintock designed the project as a meditation on the concept of time at the turn of the Millennium. In 10 minutes of the film, fifteen prominent directors were asked to develop their own image of what time means. Paul Englishby created the music for the collections, which were performed by Hugh Masekela (trumpet) and Claudio Bohorques (cello). The Trumpet premiered at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section. The Cello had its world debut at the official Venice Film Festival in 2002. Both films were released worldwide. The two films are dedicated to Herz Frank and Juris Podnieks (Camera), who created the short film Ten Minutes Older in 1978. The original film and the feature film have been presented simultaneously on various occasions, including the Yamagata Film Festival in 2004 and the Punto de Vista documentary film festival in 2006.