STORIES FROM THE FRONTLINE OF STUDENT SEX WORK

Based on exhaustive research interviews, FOG OF SEX brings to the screen the real life testimonies of students currently working within the UK sex industry.

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Directed by BAFTA winning filmmaker Christopher Morris.

Fog of Sex is entirely researched, produced and filmed by staff, graduates and students of Newport Film School.

The film is made as part of The Student Sex Work Project, a lottery funded research study run by Swansea University.

Winner of Best Photography (Factual) at the BAFTA Cymru Awards 2015

Winner of Best Film for Young People at the 2016 Celtic Media Awards.

Fog of Sex is a powerful piece of filmmaking that shines a nuanced, pathos-smattered light on the realm of student sex work. It reveals to us what we don’t want to hear: that sexual exploitation is as much a product of our education system and economy as it is the machinations of the cruel. The only people left to combat the tide are the universities and the cinemas and that, like the final moments of Fog of Sex, is perhaps a small ray of hope.

The Metropolist