More than any other musical scene, Grime has benefited from the introduction of cheap cameras and mobile phones. This has meant that from those early days of 2001/02 in East London the scene, in all its rawness, was captured in grainy, shaky footage particularly by one young man Jamal Edwards, founder of SBTV. 

From those early days, a number of documentaries and films have been made exploring the roots of grime, pirate radio and the media's response and the main people of the scene. We present these films here, including some looking at Birmingham's Grime scene and the recently celebrated film made by Noisey Birmingham: The Unstoppable Rise of Birmingham Rap.