The genre-leaning production company founded as The Woodshed in 2010 by Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah, and Josh C. Waller has undergone an identity change. Deadline reports that the outfit has been rebranded SpectreVision and has also added a music division, teaming with Redbird Music Management’s Tim Husom to form SpectreVision Management. The name change reflects a wider scope as SpectreVision expands into music while continuing to build a film production portfolio.
Among SpectreVision’s current slate are horror-comedy Cooties, pictured below, starring Alison Pill and Rainn Wilson; Toad Road, pictured above, which is set for a theatrical/VOD release this year by Artsploitation; and Iran-set vampire love story A Girl Walks Home At Night which is in post-production.
On the music side Husom will work to connect composers with filmmakers as President of the Music Management Division. He brings with him clients Dustin O’Halloran, Hauschka, Jóhann Jóhannsson and A Winged Victory for the Sullen. Jóhannsson recently scored the Hugh Jackman drama Prisoners and Toronto-bound crime drama McCanick, directed by SpectreVision’s Waller and written by Noah. O’Halloran (Like Crazy, Marie Antoinette) and partner Adam Wiltzie together comprise A Winged Victory For The Sullen, which was commissioned to compose original music for contemporary dance production Atomos premiering in October in London.
SpectreVision will again co-host the 30-day Nightmare City Horror Festival this October.
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