I’m Out is a bold series of three short films on the impact knife crime has on the people involved and those close to them.

Made by young people, for young people, I’m Out aims to address the issue of youth violence which is making headlines across London.

Communities are losing family and friends, and young people are being enticed into gangs and criminal activity with the dangerous promise of quick and easy money. As the films show, the consequences are brutal.

I’m Out puts the power into the hands of those most affected by knife crime – young people – and shows there are other routes out there. Young people are taking a stand.

The stars of the films include Akins Subair (Leon), Sapphira Plessard (Keisha), Monay Thomas (Sam) and Ronni Winter (Shannon). Supporting roles are played by Haringey Sixth Form College students who also took on jobs with Casual Films behind the scenes.

On this site you can watch the films, check out what went on behind the scenes and find apprenticeships, support and opportunities.

Haringey Sixth Form College
Casual Films
Haringey Film Office
Young people who took part in focus groups
River Creative