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Spling Movies podcast with Manjoo on ‘No Matter’ and Lynch
The narrative feature film, No Matter recently completed the screenplay phase in pre-production, funded by the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission. The script is written by Fin Manjoo, who also aims to direct this movie about Nomatter, a Zulu miner’s struggle leading to the Marikana massacre. Spling Movies discussed the status of the production, particularly with the…
Manjoo completes ‘No Matter’ script
The film commission has approved the final draft of Fin Manjoo’s screenplay.
How cinematographer Joray defeated COVID-19
The DOP has successfully recovered from COVID-19, while living at his home base near the epicentre of the coronavirus in Bergamo.
“No Matter” true story is a Marikana movie
For months writer-director Fin Manjoo was most secretive in revealing any details about his second feature film.
Fin Pictures completes No Matter research
“We have finished with the research, thanks to some phenomenal work from Zola Mkhize interviewing miners”
Ndikudze’s reward for tremendous work
Fin Pictures is thankful for the outstanding effort produced by all crew members, as we now focus on second camera assistant, Bryan Tinashe Ndikudze. At the time of the shooting of Woodwind, the Zimbabwean was living in difficult conditions on the outskirts of Cape Town. After gaining excellent experience on the set of Woodwind, Ndikudze…
Fin Manjoo: Woodwind is essential
We talk to the writer-director for his opinion about the best works in cinema during the past year, including movies in 2017 because films are usually released later in South Africa. Question: What was the best film you’ve seen in 2018? A: Woodwind, without a doubt, but this opinion only counts for myself and shouldn’t matter…
Woodwind selected to screen in India
The feature fiction film has been officially selected to screen at the largest entertainment event in New Delhi, the capital of India.
Actress Jasmin Jandreau’s “orb of light”
Woodwind actress Jasmin Jandreau reflects on her special experience on location in India