Antoni Wojnar is a multiple award-winning composer of film and theatrical music, as well as a songwriter. In 2017, he received the ZAIKS award for the best young composer during the Transatlantyk Festival. In 2022, he won the Grand Prix for the music of the play “King Oedipus” during the Two Theatres Festival, and in 2023, he won an award in New York at the New York Movie Awards for the music for the film “Time for weather”.
Antoni Wojnar has composed music for many feature films, including “Miłość na pierwszą stronę” directed by Marysia Sadowska and “Czas na pogodę” directed by Jacek Raginis-Królikiewicz, TV series such as “Dewajtis” directed by Filip Zylber, documentaries such as “Wojna Domowa” directed by Aleksander Zalewski, theatre television plays such as “Cena Władzy” directed by Arkadiusz Biedrzycki, and short films such as “The Road” directed by Edyta Wróblewska.
Since 2017, Antoni Wojnar has been working with Oscar-winning composer Jan A.P. Kaczmarek. He has orchestrated and arranged music for films such as “Valley of the Gods” directed by Lech Majewski, “The Death of Zygielbojm” directed by Ryszard Brylski, “I’ll Find You” directed by Martha Coolidge, and “Paul, the Apostle of Christ” directed by Andrew Hyatt.
Antoni Wojnar has also worked as a songwriter, collaborating with the band Kwiat Jabłoni. In 2018, his debut album “The Nochats’ Dance” was released by the prestigious DUX publishing house, mainly aimed at younger audiences. It received excellent reviews in Poland and abroad.