See where it all started with Donnie Yen, from the view of public access TV in Boston.
Shaun Finney's posted up another Gymtastic Voyage video, this time with new folks Alex Ng (vs. Shaun) and Hiroshi Adachi (vs. Lucas Okuma). Alex has some mad wushu skills, and Hiroshi's known to be able to learn any move in a single day.
Jose Montesinos just released a new short starring himself and Stunt People member Ed Kahana. Featured also is Adam Phelps from Zero Gravity. The two duke it out for a couple minutes, and Jose's comedy is on point as usual, so be sure to check it out! [Watch on Youtube]
Now that we've discovered Flips N' Flops Gymnastics, we've no shortage of videos of us doing flips, tricks, kicks, wushu, falls, and stupid stuff. Every once in a while I'll post some practice clips on the Stunt Practice Page. I've also added film sections for Detour and Flower thieves, where you can watch and download [...]
On Thursday May 8, the Stunt People performed a small little demo for PG&E and their Asian Pacific Cultural Heritage Month kick-off. Too bad there wasn't much of an audience, and the stage was smaller than we anticipated (hahah, especially for my wushu set) but the crew had a lot of fun.
If you side step over to Tiger Claw Foundation.org you'll see that Ed Kahana and Brandon Daranouvongs have made the front page for volunteering their time in the Glide Martial Arts for Kids Workshop (Gallery) organized by Janeen Lee of the Capture the Dream Foundation. If you or someone you know would like to organize [...]
On March 21, Ed Kahana, Pete Lee, and Brandon Daranouvongs hosted the Glide Martial Arts for Kids Workshop. Click below for the full gallery of photos. Full Gallery
We all know Jose makes some crazy films, but did you also know he can screen fight? The following clip was shot on the HVX200 in March of 2007, Jeff Crowell as cameraman. It's just a short test fight shot at our old gym.