Following Electricity’s world premiere in Leicester Square in October 2014 and its subsequent theatrical release, it is now available on demand at and on DVD at

David plays Lily’s GP in Bryn Higgin’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ tale for the modern day – an extraordinary hallucinatory journey of a young woman searching for her lost brother.

As Lily abandons her safe routine in a seaside town and heads into the treacherous underbelly of London she takes us on a deeply moving, frightening, but finally uplifting trip that really is like nothing you’ve seen before. Will Lily’s bravery help her connect her past and her future – or will she die trying?

Electricity was offical selected for the 58th London Film Festival, and Joe Fisher’s screenplay won Best Screenplay at the 2015 National Film Awards.

****”Boldly styled. Boldly acted. Joltingly powerful.” – Total Film

“There’s a jump and crackle to Electricity…a movie full of visual spark. It’s a gutsy, vibrant film about taking control of life. Fresh and free of cliche.” – Danny Leigh – BBC Film 2014

“quite fantastical, hallucinogenic electrical displays…the film does a very good job of putting you inside the head of its protagonist…a terrific performance by Agyness Deyn…raw in a way that it needs to be…The film itself has got a very gentle, compassionate understanding soul. Visually it’s excellently done.” – Mark Kermode – Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review, BBC Radio 5Live

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