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Touching Short Follows The Lives of Cardiff's Most Notorious Football Firm

RSA Films , 2 years, 2 months ago

The Rig Out and Will Robson-Scott launch documentary film for clothing brand Weekend Offender

Touching Short Follows The Lives of Cardiff's Most Notorious Football Firm

Shining a light on the post-casual culture of the UK, "Dressers" focuses on members of the notorious Cardiff Soul Crew, one of the most active football Casual firms in the UK in the past 20 years. Banned from every football ground in the UK for nearly 200-years. "Dressers" follows Deacon, one of the Soul Crew's key members. Deacon talks about trouble with his crew, his banning order and what it means to be involved in Casual culture. We also get insight into life behind the violence, his role as a father and the life he has left behind.

Filmed during the build up to the 2015 Wales v Belgium qualifier, the biggest game in Wales's history since 1958. The film is presented by Weekend Offender the London-based Welsh-born menswear brand. Running alongside the film is a series of editorial photography, shot on location in Cardiff and Merthyr Tydfil by Will Robson-Scott and The Rig Out.

Music and Sound

Music Production: Poddington Bear & Chris Zabriskie


Editor: Luca Campanale

Production Company

Director: Will Robson-Scott

Production Company: The Rig Out

Category: Music video , Short films

Genre: Documentary