Interview: BAFTA New Talent Winner Iain Henderson: April 2015

Article: Glasgow’s ‘wee hings’ video nominated for Scottish BAFTA: April 2015

Interview: BBC Radio Scotland interview: April 2014

Article: STV: Gritty film about Edinburgh’s ‘scheme’ kids unveiled  February 2014

Article: Daily Record: Drug addict turned Bafta winner sets up film making project in bid to keep kids from areas of urban deprivation on right track: April 2013

Interview: Caledonian Mercury: From drug addict to up and coming filmmaker

Irvine welsh:

“I’m delighted to be involved in this project and honoured to have the Edinburgh College Inner City Arts students work with Garry Fraser on The State of the Party. Garry is an astonishingly talented and driven filmmaker, and intimately understands the darkness and humour of the piece. He’ll be both inspirational to, and inspired by, the young people he’ll be working with on the project. The State of the Party is a drug-fueled parable about two young men’s descent into a hyper-real urban hell, and based on the dark premise that ‘no good deed goes unpunished’ and things are never so bad that we can’t make them worse, through our own muddled decision making. I’m very excited to see their interpretation of this story.”

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