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This past Sunday we were honored to shoot action sequences for a new video release of Estas Tonne's hit acoustic song, The Song of the Golden Dragon.
Grand Master Prosvirov Valery Interview on Radio Shanson USA - Part 2 - Russian language
As they say, one good turn deserves another... On June 20th, Dmitry Prosvirov and Bohannon Orr got a chance to return the favor that Shuny Bee paid us by visiting KF of GD. They were among a select few other martial artists invited to attend a fight choreography workshop for Bee's newest film in production, "Fight of Fury", which will star Shuny Bee, Kathy Long and Eric Lee. It is expected to be released near springtime of next year.
Golden Dragon Kung Fu is preparing to strike the celluloid! On June 15th, the kwoon received a visit from martial arts instructor and film actor Shuny Bee out of the blue! Bee was in awe as he perused our dojo and training tools, including our twin Wooden Men. Afterwards, Master Valery and he discussed potential future film projects, including the upcoming third installment of the Lessons of Fate Series.
May 31st marked a momentous occasion in the martial arts world; this day marked the video documentary release and honorary life tribute of martial arts legend Eric Lee. Grandmaster Valery was in attendance along with many other renowned figures in martial arts, including legendary cinema action choreographer Ewart Chin and acclaimed instructor and Owner/Chief Editor of Sidekick Publications Allen Woodman.