A NEW film about skateboarding culture has been released by Cirencester's Decimal Skate Store.

Entitled Corinium, it shows off the talents of those who are sponsored by the shop and takes in some of the top skate spots in Cirencester, Stroud and the wider south west.

Created by James Harris it is available to purchase from the independent shop in Cirencester town centre.

Gaz Parsons opened Decimal Skate Store, which is located in Swan Yard off the West Market Place, 16 years ago.

The shop has gone on to become a hub of the skateboarding scene in Gloucestershire,

And over the years, Gaz has supported those who have skated for the shop in both product sponsorship and exposure.

Shot and edited in a cinematic way, Corinium is the store's first full length video and gives an insight into what skateboarding culture is all about.

Now an Olympic sport, skateboarding an incredibly skilful discipline which takes years of training to perfect and street skating is at the core of the culture.

Within the film, there is archival footage of some of the first shop riders who were initially put on the team from Decimal’s early days.

Plus there's new footage from the likes of riders Callum Croft, Riccardo Hillier, Salvatore Iannetelli, Ty Sackey, Ollie Trott, Tom Gill, Ed Russell, Chris Jenkyn-Watkins, Andy Coleman and Scott Whittaker.

Not only does the film show off the skill, style and personality of each individual skater spotlighted, but it also captures the diverse architecture of Cirencester and beyond.

Corinium took about two years to complete and was first shown at The Cube Microplex in Bristol.

USB hard copies including numerous exclusive extras are available to purchase at Decimal.

For further details see: decimalstore.com/