Leandro Taub: Woodwind is a great piece of art

Woodwind lead actor Leandro Taub, who plays the composer Bonifaz, shares his views on the movie.  “Woodwind is a great piece of art,” said Taub. The actor watched the narrative fiction feature back in Argentina, speaking ahead of the release of the DVD, Blu-ray and upcoming streaming availability of the film worldwide. “In the film…

First Woodwind review

South African film critic Stephen Aspeling’s written the first review of feature film, Woodwind. Aspeling found the movie at the Cape Town International Film Festival for Fine Music Radio, where he also interviewed director Fin Manjoo and cinematographer Nicolas Joray. The well-known television and radio critic wanted to pen a written review of the film,…

The Post newspaper interviews Fin Manjoo on upcoming film

Indian newspaper The Post interviewed Woodwind director Fin Manjoo, since the movie is set in Varanasi, the Himalayas and many other towns on the foothills of the Indian mountains. Woodwind screened in competition at the Cape Town International Film Festival on October 16. Here’s a few additional extracts from Manjoo’s own words in the interview…

Screen Africa’s article on Woodwind’s award nominations

One of Africa’s leading film magazines Screen Africa published this article on Woodwind‘s award nominations for the upcoming screening at the Cape Town International Film Festival in October.  There’s also quotations from director Fin Manjoo, lead actor Leandro Taub, cinematographer Nicolas Joray and soundtrack composer Stefan Fraunberger. You can read the full article on Screen Africa here.

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…