Laura Rossi has recently recorded her score for the upcoming comedy drama Song for Marion. The film is written and directed by Paul Andrew Williams and stars Terence Stamp, Gemma Arterton, Vanessa Redgrave and Christopher Eccleston. The movie is set in London and follows a grumpy pensioner who is reluctantly inspired by his beloved wife Marion to join a highly unconventional local choir. Philip Moross (executive music producer of such films as Let Me In and the upcoming Looper) of Coolmore Productions and Ken Marshall (London to Brighton, the upcoming Filth) of Steel Mill Pictures are producing the film, which is produced in partnership with Film House Germany and Egoli Tossell as well as Aegis Film Fund and Northstar Ventures. Rossi has previously collaborated with Williams on the 2006 drama London to Brighton and the 2008 horror comedy The Cottage starring Andy Serkis. The Weinstein Company has picked up US distribution rights for Song for Marion and a release is expected later this year.