In a country where one of the greatest artists is an anonymous graffiti artist named Banksy, there exists a double standard that has blighted some of London’s graffiti artists. Some of these artists, rather than going out, getting wasted, doing drugs and fighting people, prefer to spend their time spraying walls. However, when busted some councils put them in jail with murderers and hardened criminals.

This documentary by Molly Manning Walker puts into perspective how the treatment of London’s graffiti artist by local councils is More Hate Than Fear.