The film PINK explores the relationship between gender and colours, capturing the pressure and anxiety this young girl associates with the colour pink. In her dream/nightmare, she is being chased by a bunch of pink balloons. But when she sees a group of friends wearing a range of different colours, her mind is put at ease, as she is reminded that colours are nothing more than colours.

Araba Aduah is a London born writer/director. In 2017 she graduated from the University of Kent with an undergraduate degree in Film, which developed her appreciation for cinematic story-telling. Her work is often of a very personal nature, focusing on the complexities of gender, sexuality and mental health. One day she hopes to make a film that has nothing to do with her life in any way.

STOP PLAY RECORD was a London wide commissioning programme for emerging filmmakers. The network was led by the Institute of Contemporary Arts in partnership with Chisenhale Gallery, DAZED, Kingston University, New Contemporaries and SPACE. Part of a joint initiative by Arts Council England and Channel 4.

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