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Stuntmen / Action Directors

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Latest article added : Interview with Leo Au-Yeung, Behind the Scenes of Ip Man (7/7/2010)
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  Interview with Leo Au-Yeung, Behind the Scenes of Ip Man :
Leo Au-Yeung Chi Chung was the only appointed Wing Chun instructor for the hugely popular Ip Man movies: Wilson Yips Ip Man and Herman Yaus Ip Man: The Legend is Born. Mike Fury discusses with Master Au-Yeung Wing Chun, the Ip Man films and his collaboration with Sammo Hung and Fan Siu Wong.
Author(s) : Mike Fury
Date : 7/7/2010
Type(s) : Interview

  Mastering action: Interview Tony Leung Siu Hung :
Not as famous internationally as his peers Yuen Woo Ping or Samo Hung, the hard working choreographer Tony Leung Siu Hung is not the least talented. His skills and positive energy even took him to the position of vice chairman of the Hong Kong Stuntmen Association. This lengthy interview attempts to pay a tribute to Leung's great career.
Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 16/3/2006
Type(s) : Interview

Directors of Photography

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Latest article added : Through the Lens of Arthur Wong (12/1/2005)
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  Through the Lens of Arthur Wong :
Veteran director of photography Arthur Wong shot many films for Tsui Hark, Jackie Chan and many kung fu film directors. A respected and recognized player in the local film industry, Wong never runs out of anecdotes and funny stories to share. We interviewed him in his HK home.
Author(s) : David Vivier, Thomas Podvin
Date : 12/1/2005
Type(s) : Interview

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