Fit is a 2010 film written and directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair, and commissioned by the Gay Rights Charity Stonewall. It is adapted from the 2008 play of the same name about the everyday lives of a group of both gay and straight millennial students taking drama and dance class. The original play had been developed in 2008 to address the growing problem of homophobic bullying in British schools, and was especially created for KS3 students, with a specific focus on learning objectives from the National Curriculum including PHSE and Citizenship. The film itself was opened in the form of an introductory chapter, with six interlinking chapters of fifteen minutes, each focusing on one of the main characters in a first-person perspective of their life, views and problems. The DVD release of Fit also contained five video diaries for each of the characters, giving students and other viewers the opportunity to listen to the characters talking more in-depth about their feelings and the situation they are facing.
Fit for a King, also known as FFAK, is an American Christian metalcore band from both Dallas and Tyler, Texas that started in 2007. They released two independent EPs in 2008 entitled Fit for a King and 2009's Awaken the Vesper and they released one independent LP entitled Descendants in 2011. Then, the band released three studio albums with their label Solid State Records entitled Creation/Destruction (2013), a re-recorded Descendants (2013), and Slave to Nothing.