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What do you find liberating about working in this scene versus other kinds of projects?
It feels to me like they’re all doing interesting things and I’m just drawn to them.
more Zach Cowie (L) and Elijah Wood spin onstage at the Firefly Music Festival at The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway on June 23, 2013 in Dover, Delaware. Or as the guy who talks to his neighbor's dog, Wilfred.
(Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Firefly Music Festival) less Zach Cowie (L) and Elijah Wood spin onstage at the Firefly Music Festival at The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway on June 23, 2013 in Dover, Delaware. Or even as the kid who saved the dolphin that one time. Over the last 10 years, however, Wood's been quietly earning his chops in a different field: music.
READ MORE: Elijah Wood on Acting as a Sadistic ‘Maniac,’ His Love of Horror and Finally Playing Characters His Own Age Does this feel like a rare situation for you? You recently voiced the video game “Broken Age.” Well, that was such a dream for me because I grew up playing Tim Schafer’s games, like “Day of the Tentacle,” “Curse of Monkey Island,” “Grim Fandango,” “Full Throttle.” I think I just have so many interests. They’d already earned like million, but I was like, “Fuck it, I just want to support it” because I just love those games. I retweeted something about it and he sent me a direct message about it. I wanted to work on something really small after I was finished filming the first three. That line in particular I didn’t want in the movie. I thought, “It’s a weird wink operating on a meta level outside the context of the film.” But they were like, “It gets a laugh!That’s ultimately what makes me want to work with them. I saw “Timecrimes” and immediately wanted to meet and work with him.Eugenio was someone I met socially at Fantastic Fest when “Agnosia” premiered.Wood has been running his own record label, Simian Records, for about a decade, and has gradually amassed a record collection of hits and rarities numbering in the thousands.Five years ago, he began spinning vinyl with Los Angeles DJ Zach Cowie, an industry vet who has toured with the likes of Fleet Foxes and Animal Collective.It’s also the second one, after 2013’s “Open Windows,” that he’s co-produced through his production company Spectrevision, the genre-friendly effort he runs with filmmakers Daniel Noah and Josh C. At the Stanley, Wood spoke to Indiewire about the root of his ongoing involvement in genre films, and how he’s managed to work around expectations since his “Lord of the Rings” days.