‘Nowhere Inn’ Trailer: St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein Descend Into the Modern Madness of Fame

‘Nowhere Inn’ Trailer: St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein Descend Into the Modern Madness of Fame
St. Vincent (Annie Clark) is having quite the year. Not only did she just release her new psychedelic, ’70s-inspired album “Daddy’s Home,” but her upcoming mockumentary film “The Nowhere Inn” is also about to be released from IFC Films. Opening on September 17 in theaters and on demand, “The Nowhere Inn” is directed by Bill Benz from a script by Clark and her pal Carrie Brownstein, the comedian and Sleater-Kinney musician. The film is a scalpel-sharp critique of the nature of celebrity and the madness of fame, and what’s set up as a straightforward documentary about Grammy winner St. Vincent and her career soon devolves into a psychological thriller. Watch the new teaser trailer below.

Here’s the official synopsis from IFC Films: “From real-life friends Annie Clark (aka Grammy Award-winning musician St. Vincent) and Carrie Brownstein comes the metafictional account of two creative forces banding together to make a documentary about St.
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