Todd Senofonte, best known to martial arts film fans as the main stunt double for Jean Claude Van Damme, or as one of the stars of Robert Tai's Iron Bodyguards: Fists Of Legend II, has accumulated a number of credits besides in both support and lead roles, in comedy and drama. He discusses his whole career, in action and non-genre roles.
Multiple hall of fame inductee, Robert Parham, has gained serious ground as an actor since retirement from competition. He is cast as the main villain in Waka-waka Man [Lost Brother], and co-stars in Triple Threat.
Aurelien Henry Obama, having a love for the martial arts of the world, for action films, and his native Cameroon has a vision to combine it all and create an internationally viable martial arts film. He discusses his experiences in getting his ideal film project under way, Waka-waka Man [Lost Brother].
Fight choreographer, stunt coordinator, and film maker, Tony De Leon talks about his upcoming film, and the cast he has assembled from the worlds of martial arts including Bolo Yeung, Cynthia Rothrock, Matthias Hues, Richard Norton and Oleg Taktarov.
Author John Shirley talks about the revised edition of his cyberpunk trilogy A Song Called Youth, his current novel Everything Is Broken, writing for animation, and upcoming work on new comics for The Crow from IDW.