Brades Lodge students made a film that aims to deter young people from leading a life of crime. School unveiled their 50-minute flick, called 'Red Gang, Life after Crime' at Cineworld Wolverhampton last month. It follows the fictional life of a young gang member who ends up being murdered, and the teenager's death has a profound effect on his fellow associates. The school students and staff had a starring role in every aspect of the movie and the production. More than 200 guests were invited along to the film's premiere on December 11th, which included staff and pupils from other schools, police officers and student's parents.

The students had the full Hollywood experience on the day of the premiere, being chauffeured to the cinema in high-end cars, before being walked down the red-carpet.

"The film is about life after crime and how crime can affect somebody"