Circle of Revenge film highlights life on London streets
A new film is aiming to serve as a wake up call to youngsters involved in gangs.
Circle of Revenge, a project created by Brave Heart Movement (BHM) Films, was filmed in the borough and tells the story of two rival gangs.
The filmmakers, all aged under 25, hope to highlight the continuing cycle of revenge found in London's youth gang culture.
Most of the filming took place in Wandsworth, including scenes shot in Wandsworth Common, Wandsworth High Street and Balham High Road.
A screening took place earlier this month at The Electric Cinema, in Notting Hill, with the film gaining sponsorship from Soho Cinemas.
Producer Darren Baba, 23, of Beckenham, said: "The film is about a group of friends who split into two rival gangs. They end up getting involved in a circle of revenge - tit for tat, an eye for an eye.
"We are all from South London, we wanted to keep it true to what we knew and shot it where we live.
"The community really came along with it - they are happy we are doing something positive. It was good for people to see there is good things happening in the community."
It took over seven months to film, while the BHM funding the project themselves.
Plans are in place to branch into other film genres, while the film is set to go onto theatrical release.