Former Orange Juice frontman's incredible story released in cinemas November 7
The first trailer has been released for the Edwyn Collins documentary The Possibilities Are Endless.
Directed by Edward Lovelace and James Hall, the films tells the former Orange Juice frontman’s remarkable story, focusing on his recovery from a stroke in 2005 which left him unable to walk or speak.
The documentary will make its UK debut at the London Film Festival next month. It will also be available via iTunes from October 20 before going on general release November 7.
Speaking to The Guardian earlier this year about the soundtrack album he made for the film Collins said: “One song has my vocals, but the rest of it’s instrumental.”
The Possibiities Are Endless premiered at the SXSW festival in January.
Last year, Edwyn Collins released his eighth solo album, titled ‘Understated’. The album was self-produced alongside Seb Lewsley at London’s West Heath Studios and featured Barrie Cadogan (Little Barrie, Primal Scream), James Walbourne (The Pretenders, Ray Davies), Carwyn Ellis (Colorama, The Pretenders), Sean Read (The Rockingbirds, Dexys), David Ruffy (The Ruts, Dexys) and Paul Cook (Sex Pistols).