production

It's a point of pride that we take great care at Electric Flix to produce the highest quality work, using the latest state-of-the-art equipment, including our in-house 4k Red cameras.

Our productions range from feature length documentaries to cinema adverts to documentary style corporate films, each given exactly the same amount of care and attention. Whether its five minutes long or ninety minutes long, we always aim to exceed budgetary expectations.

FILMS

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Amaryllis

In a bid to escape her overbearing, alcoholic mother, a talented teenage skater reaches out to a charismatic drug dealer, but is his affection all that it seems? Feature length silent film with live electronic score.

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Monochrome

Feature length thriller about a disillusioned young woman becomes a serial killer targeting wealthy landowners until a brilliant detective uses his unusual neurological condition to track her down..

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3 Sides of the Coin

A 22 minute psychological thriller about Emma, a loner who flees to the countryside after being wrongly stripped of everything she owns by the Serious Fraud Office. Surviving on her wits, Emma takes brutal revenge on the rural elite using her only remaining possession, a single pound coin, to determine their fate.

Akord

Akord

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

Dumb

Dumb

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.

 

The Last Projectionist

Southside Stories

Commissioned in late 2011 by Birmingham's Southside Business District, Southside Stories is a collection of short films which showcase the diversity of the sprawling Southside area in the centre of the city, which include Chinatown and the thriving gay village...

Southside Stories

The Last Projectionist

The Last Projectionist is a brand new documentary that charts the amazing history of UK independent cinema, centring on The Electric in Birmingham, the oldest working cinema in Britain...