New film Giddy Stratospheres gets a digital release on the 19th July, following a sold out screening event in London on the 14th.

New British film Giddy Stratospheres is releasing across digital platforms on the 19th July. The film, a modern period piece, is full of heart and indie electric pops from the late 2000s.

The writing and directing debut from Laura Jean Marsh, she also stars in the film alongside Jamal Franklin, Nick Helm, Richard Herring and a host of up-and-coming talent.

The full plot, as well as the film’s poster and trailer are below –

Giddy Stratospheres follows Daniel (Jamal Franklin) and Lara (Laura Jean Marsh), indie-kid soul mates in the centre of the storm of guitars and broken glass that was the 00’s indie music scene. Beautiful, mischievous, dishevelled, and on a quest for the ultimate euphoria and excitement that comes with dancing and thrashing on the front row to your new favourite song by your new favourite band. They don’t miss a gig. They don’t miss a beat. But as the night draws to a close, a darkness looms in the shadows of the after party. And the next day Lara can’t quite work out why Daniel is so desperate for her to remember the events of the night before. Why is she in denial?


Giddy Stratospheres will be available to own and rent on Digital HD from Monday 19 July on all major platforms including Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Google Play, Microsoft Films & TV and Sky Store.

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