May 2018

Amaryllis is now complete with work commencing on the live score. The film will be previewed in Cannes at the Marche Du Film, May 14, 3.30pm at Grey 2.

More information is available on the production page.





April 2018

Monochrome will be released across North America in June. The film has so far sold in Japan, South Korea, Australia, Benelux, Poland and China.

More information is available on the production page.




Random Acts
Feb 2018

Production has wrapped on two new Random Acts films made with The Rural Media Company for Channel 4.

The films will be released on the Random Acts website later in 2018




October 2016

Production is underway on a new feature film, Amaryllis. The film is the first feature length silent film to be shot in the UK since 1929.

More information is available on the production page.



May 2016

Monochrome is now sale in the international markets with Devilworks

The market premiere will be at the BFI London Screenings in June. Devilworks will also be representing the film at Toronto and AFM later in the year.


January 2016

Writing is complete on Baccarat, a bank heist thriller. A brief pitch is over on our development page.



October 2015

Monochrome post is nearly complete and festival submission is underway.

Please contact us regarding sales inquiries. We will be attending AFM from the 8th of November.


MAY 2015

After a seven week block of principle photography in the autumn, followed by a further week of filming in February Monochrome is now in post production.

Edit is locked. VFX, score and sound mix continue, with completion expected mid Q3.

January 2014

Filming on the new Electric Flix short film Three Sides Of The Coin was completed in early November, a psychological horror from writer-director Tom Lawes, featuring Toyah Wilcox and Jo Woodcock.

Post-production was completed in December. The film will be hitting the festival circuit in 2014 and will screen at the Shock & Gore 2014 festival at the Electric in July.

July 2013

Electric Flix continued its work with some of the music industry's finest prospects last month by filming the new music video for hotly tipped Birmingham band Dumb, and now the results are online for all to see.

Filmed by director Tom Lawes on top of the Electric Cinema's roof, with the building work for Birmingham's revamped New Street Station a suitably epic backdrop, the video for Dumb's new single Retina was made using Electric Flix's in-house RED cameras 

To check out the video in all its hard-edged glory, just click here.


June 2013

Following their win at the Kerrang! Big Audition, last week Electric Flix filmed the new music video for Aberdeen band Akord (pictured at the prize ceremony), whose debut album Carry The Sound came out in April.

Using two Red cameras and a state-of-the-art Steadicam, director Tom Lawes and his team (including director of photography Ed Moore) filmed the actual performance part of the video on the stage upstairs in screen two at The Electric Cinema, and then used a number of Birmingham locations for the storyline aspect of the video.

Electric Flix are also currently working with hotly tipped Birmingham band Dumb on their new video; both that and the Akord video will be released later in the year.

To watch the video, just click here.


The Last Projectionist

December 2012

The DVD for The Last Projectionist is now on sale at Amazon. The film played at 70 UK cinemas over the summer months and at Hamberg and Ghent Film Festivals.

The fillm has also secured international distribution in Taiwan on DVD, TV and theatrical.

Copies can be ordered at


November 2012

Electric Flix produced Southside Stories has taken Best Promotional Fillm at the 2012 Midlands Royal Television Society Awards.

The films produced for the Southside BID in Birmingham, were made over a four month period earlier in the year.

Director Tom Lawes also scooped Best Craft for his work on the films and The Last Projectionist. He beat stiff competition from BBC crew, including DOP's covering The 2012 Summer Olympics.


14th May 2012

Mark June 22nd in your diaries, because that's when Electric Flix's feature length documentary The Last Projectionist will be hitting selected cinemas across the UK.

Directed by Electric owner Tom Lawes, The Last Projectionist is an affectionate look at the history of UK independent cinema, using The Electric as a launchpad to investigate the development of British cinemas and the eventual demise of 35mm in the face of the digital age.

Cinemas set to screen the film in June include Picturehouses cinemas across the UK, many independent screens and of course The Electric itself. The film will also be playing the 2012 Cannes Film Festival out of competition in late May.

Southside Stories

14th May 2012

The ambitious Southside Stories project is nearing completion. Commissioned in late 2011, the Southside Stories aim to capture the eclectic environment of the Southside region of Birmingham, which encompasses Chinatown, the gay village and the theatrical community.

The Electric Flix team are currently hard at work in the editing suite, putting the finishing touches to each separate short film, and an official premiere at The Electric Cinema is scheduled for September. The finished results will also be viewable to the public online and when they screen before major releases at The Electric Cinema in the latter half of 2012.