These are stills from the controversial short movie ‘BABY’, the first release on ALAN McGEE’s new ‘PUNK ROCK FILM COMPANY’.
Partly funded by the Poptones boss, the movie tells the story of a young boy’s sexual awakenings at a public swimming baths and was directed by London-based maverick filmmaker Wiz.
Speaking earlier this year about his foray into filmmaking, McGee told NME: “We want to make controversial films, that’s why we called it ‘The Punk Rock Film Company’. It’s great fun, a bit like when we started Creation, it’s like ‘let’s have a movie company!’.
The film is unlikely to receive general release, but it’s likely it’ll appear shortly on Channel 4.