The Warrior Masterclass is recognised in the industry by leading Production Companies, Directors, Producers, JISC Stunt Co-ordinators, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Assistant Directors and Industry Health & Safety.
You will be taught by UK leading JISC Registered Stunt Co-ordinators, Stunt Performers and Screen Combatants having co-ordinated and performed stunts and action on some of the biggest productions of all time.
If you're an aspiring stunt performer, looking to join the JISC Stunt Register, or a current stunt performer, looking to expand your stunt skills, the Warrior Masterclass will teach you how to fight for screen in order to expand your current skill set.
Stage Combat vs Screen Combat
Stage Combat and Screen Combat are considerably different from each other. With different performance techniques. Stage combat centres on the traditional teachings of dramatic combat, based on acting on a live stage to an audience.
Screen Combat centres on the teaching and theory of performing realistically to camera and how to perform ‘on set’ under real set conditions.
Whilst any training in combat is a good starting point, whether it's stage combat or martial arts, if you wish to become a stunt performer or extra in the industry, it is essential to gain screen combat training. Stage combat training can provide a good grounding but as the techniques are considerably different in many areas, being trained in screen combat is essential should you wish to be a performer in the film and TV industry.