Joray: Woodwind is pure existentialism

Woodwind’s Swiss-Italian cinematographer Nicolas Joray goes deeper on the values of the film, his craft with the camera and his experience behind the scenes in India and South Africa. Even though Joray hails from the visual department, it was the unique story of sound that pulled him into the story. “The interesting development of music…

Joray: From Neorealism to Chernobyl and Woodwind

We talk to highly experienced Woodwind cinematographer Nicolas Joray about the film he shot in India and South Africa, as well as key experiences in Russia and Europe. Q: Having worked for four┬ádecades in cinematography, what was your highlight in the past? NICOLAS JORAY: A special highlight for me was to work together with Francesco…

Q & A with sound mixer Marcel Duvenage

We caught up with Woodwind’s sound mixer and recordist Marcel Duvenage, who shares his insight on the most important aspect on the fiction feature, the power of sound and music. Question: Do you relate to Bonifaz’s passion for recording the sounds of nature? Marcel Duvenage: I definitely relate to that part of Bonifaz’s character, in…