Pushing the boundaries of art with sound, poetry and the mind of the viewer

We talk to director Fin Manjoo about art and how this relates to the story of the character, Bonifaz in his feature film, Woodwind. Bonifaz is a music composer who feels frustrated with the art scene in the western world that mostly supports traditional classical or pop music. For personal reasons (to understand a coincidence … Continue reading Pushing the boundaries of art with sound, poetry and the mind of the viewer

Stefan’s The Attic interview reflects Bonifaz’s journey

Woodwind film composer Stefan Fraunberger recently performed at Outernational Days in Romania, where he was interviewed by The Attic. We pick out a few extracts which relates to our movie and the lead character, Bonifaz. Fraunberger spoke about how he found deserted church organs in Romania, and a unique understanding on creating new music with … Continue reading Stefan’s The Attic interview reflects Bonifaz’s journey

Q & A with Furrer: The hidden sacredness of women in Woodwind

We speak with Woodwind actress Andrea Christina Furrer, who plays Alina in the upcoming feature film. Question: Much will be made of the lead character in Woodwind, the composer Bonifaz. However his girlfriend/partner/wife Alina is also involved in music. What can we say about how she connects to the music that Bonifaz discovers? ACF: I … Continue reading Q & A with Furrer: The hidden sacredness of women in Woodwind

Q & A with Woodwind composer Fraunberger

We speak to Austrian composer Stefan Fraunberger about his art on the soundtrack of Woodwind. Your art is not only inspired by Indian Classical Music or tradition. Tell us about your influences ranging from Eastern Europe to the Middle East. I lived in Romania… (There was) a phenomena that was mostly erased in “western civilizations” through 19th century … Continue reading Q & A with Woodwind composer Fraunberger