Woodwind Premiere: Like a post modern music concert

The music of Woodwind would normally be categorized as Western Classical or Indian Classical Music, but it was the unique composition of Bonifaz’s music by Stefan Fraunberger that resonated late into the night. Cape Town packed the theatre with full attendance for the very first showing of director Fin Manjoo’s film and it received an … Continue reading Woodwind Premiere: Like a post modern music concert

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

Mackay: Bonifaz has shared a new perspective on music and sound

We spoke to Woodwind’s sound supervisor and surround sound mixer, Alec Mackay about the film. The sound design and mixing was completed by Marcel Duvenage, before Mackay worked on the Dolby Surround Sound. Here follows Mackay’s input and feedback on the feature film after finishing the surround: On the music of Bonifaz On first reading … Continue reading Mackay: Bonifaz has shared a new perspective on music and sound