Robyn Hitchcock Releases Concert Film and Scores New Indie Flick

On Tuesday singer/songwriter Robyn Hitchcock released concert film I Often Dream of Trains in New York as well as news that he has scored indie film Women in Trouble.

A departure for acclaimed mainstream horror director Sebastian Gutierrez (Gothika, Snakes on a Plane, The Eye) Women in Trouble sports an impressive ensemble cast featuring Carla Gugino (Sin City), Adrianne Palicki (Friday Night Lights), Connie Britton (24), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Entourage), Simon Barker (The Mentalist) and Josh Brolin (Milk).

Hitchcock scored the entire film, continuing his love affair with independent film also exemplified by his prior work with Jonathan Demme in Storefront Hitchcock and Rachel Getting Married. Says Robyn of the Women in Trouble project, "Sebastian is an old friend of mine and I'm also a great fan of Carla Gugino, his partner and leading lady. She's a very empathetic actress. I enjoyed working on the soundtrack with Sebastian, especially getting the chance to play with Pete Thomas and Richard Fortus."

Robyn's current project, the live concert film I Often Dream of Trains in New York was filmed for the Sundance Channel and saw release this week. This film is directed by acclaimed British director John Edginton (The Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett Story).

In yet another ode to the wonders of filmmaking, the limited edition deluxe version of this release transforms into a working phenakistoscope.

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