Screen Combat Masterclass

Monday 24th to Friday 28th August 2020
Price: £295.00 for five days

Join us for a series of masterclass workshops in a variety of disciplines for screen combat.

Over the five day course  you will learn a variety of screen combat disciplines including weapon disciplines of; knife, tactical baton and swashbuckling cutlass. This is a unique opportunity to study a variety of weapons and disciplines in the art of fighting for film. Screen combat is rapidly becoming a staple skill for today’s industry as seen in series such as Vikings, Game of Thrones, Beowulf and Britannia, and films such as Thor, Captain America, Dunkirk and 300 requiring greater involvement from actors within fight and action Scenes.

Over this one week intensive you will have the chance to train in the following weapon disciplines
Martial Arts
Firearm Handling

The workshops will be physically demanding, so a certain level of physical fitness/ability is desired. We can adapt Classes and techniques if you have specific physical requirements (Please contact us before booking so that we can make any necessary preparations).

Movement clothing are required for all classes, so tracksuit trousers, combats or leggings; T-Shirt/Sweatshirt type tops; Trainers or Light Boots - essentially, anything suitable for Dance or Gym Wear, possibly with a slight Military Aspect.

Be Prepared to work hard - Whilst we would advise having had prior experience in fighting for film or theatre, this is not a requirement of the course. Everyone from beginner to expert should be able to complete the course, picking up vital Skills and having some fun along the way!

For more information please email or call +44(0)20 8709 8719

Sam Kahn -  click here  to view Sam's Biog on this website.
Sam Kahn is a Fight Director, Choreographer and is a Certified Teacher with the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat.
He is currently head of screen combat at The International School of Screen Acting. Following his qualification with the BASSC, he has continued to instruct students in the arts of staged violence, teaching courses that result in Industry Recognised Qualifications. Current projects include a 19th Century prize fighting short, designing the fighting for film performance test, directing with the Group ‘Impact’- a Fight Unit for Film, Theatre and Television and working on his Sixth Feature. Sam works closely with Actors and Directors to ensure that they get the most out of fight scenes that they can. In regard to teaching, Sam has worked with many different educational organisations.
His continued work with the International School of Screen Acting allows him to continually develop the syllabus and systems which he uses to teach fighting for Stage and Screen.


For more information please ring us on 020 8709 8719 or email us via our contact page