Early short film from film-maker Simon Hipkins made for Corruption Films back in 2006-7.
This film emerged from 6 months of workshops with a group of children in Glasgow. Much of the film was shot in a documentary manner amidst live events.
In the midst of an protestant Orange march in Glasgow, Scotland, a young boy seizes his chance to join a gang of local delinquents.
The result is devastating.
Winner “Best Fiction Prize” – International Competition, Tehran International Short Film Festival 2009
BAFTA Nomination, “Best First-time Performance” for John James Molloy as ‘Stewy’