Filming Wrapped on I Am Soldier

I’ve just wrapped filming a supporting role in I Am Soldier. The film stars Tom Hughes (Cemetery Junction), Noel Clarke (Adulthood) and Alex Reid (The Descent) and is written and directed by Ronnie Thompson (Tower Block). A recent press release describes: “it details the story of a young man’s quest to join the ranks of the British special forces unit, the Special Air Service, despite a parachute accident jeopardizing his chances.” More information on the film will be available soon. A …

Filming Wrapped on Green Street 3: Never Back Down

I’ve wrapped filming a small fighting role on Green Street 3: Never Back Down. The film stars Scott Adkins (Undisputed II & III, Expendables 2) and Joey Ansah (The Bourne Ultimatum, Snow White and The Huntsman) and is directed by James Nunn (Tower Block). Action design was also handed by Joey Ansah. It was a real honour to be involved in this with a great bunch of guys. More information on the film will be available soon.

Screen Fighting Workshop at The Biz Theatre School – November 2012

I taught a beginner’s screen fighting workshop for students at The Biz Theatre School in Surrey. The students learned how to perform basic strikes and reactions seen in all types of screen fighting, ranging from TV dramas to filmmaking. The workshop concluded with a Q&A and the students asked lots of great questions For enquiries please get in touch through the Contact button above

The Thompsons arrives on DVD through Lionsgate

Following a successful premiere and great response at Film4 FrightFest this year, The Thompsons DVD and soundtrack has been released by Lionsgate. The film has also earned great reviews and an excellent fan response so be sure to pick up your copy! Myself and Mark Strange are heavily featured in the DVD special features discussing how we constructed the movie’s fight scenes, so take a look. (From the DVD) “In The Butcher Brothers’ award-winning original film, ‘The Hamiltons’ were a dysfunctional, …

Confine at Raindance Film Festival

Confine has been nominated for ‘Best UK Feature’ at the Raindance Film Festival 2012! I had a great time working on the stunts and action for this with a talented team. “Director and screenwriter Tobias Tobbell has created a tense, claustrophobic thriller with a talented and stylish young cast. We find anxious former model Pippa (Daisy Lowe) pottering around in her spacious London flat in four-inch heels, supported by a walking stick. It is clear that she has been through a lot, but she is about …

Guest Host on Filmsploitation: The Film Podcast (Episode 16)

Tonight I appeared as the guest host (joining presenters Phil Hobden and Richard Blanchett) on episode 16 of Filmsploitation: The Film Podcast! In their own words, the podcast is: “A journey through all the good, the bad and the ugly that film has to offer. A fortnightly mix of reviews, news and opinion interspersed with the occasional special ‘Alternate Commentary’ or ‘Interview’ here and there. Hosted by Richard Blanchett & Phil Hobden, with a team of movie experts, we aim to offer an alternative view …

Guest Host on Filmsploitation: The Film Podcast (Episode 10)

Tonight I appeared as the guest host (joining presenters Phil Hobden and Richard Blanchett) on episode 10 of Filmsploitation: The Film Podcast! In their own words, the podcast is: “A journey through all the good, the bad and the ugly that film has to offer. A fortnightly mix of reviews, news and opinion interspersed with the occasional special ‘Alternate Commentary’ or ‘Interview’ here and there. Hosted by Richard Blanchett & Phil Hobden, with a team of movie experts, we aim to offer an alternative …

Interviews Referenced in Undefeatable Commentary

I was very pleased and honoured that my interviews with actors, Don Niam and John Miller, were heavily referenced for the latest film commentary from the well-established Podcast on Fire team. Their new commentary for B-movie Martial Arts favourite, Undefeatable, starring Cynthia Rothrock, is well worth checking out and offers some interesting comments and discussion points! Thanks for including me guys! “Joined by Tom Kent-Williams and David Harris, Kenneth Brorsson tackles Godfrey Ho’s B-movie actioner that survived: Undefeatable. Cynthia Rothrock kicking …

Get Behind Our Action Stars: An Open Letter

For those in doubt, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the UK produces a high standard of action filmmaking talent. Ranging from directors, actors, choreographers and stunt crew, taking inspiration from counterparts in the Far East and elsewhere in the West, the Brits have a strong (albeit smaller) output when it comes to action cinema. Having long been devoted to giving our homegrown stars a promotional push whenever possible and building awareness of the exceptional talent that exists here, I still …

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