Our upcoming female fury flick ‘Lady Bloodsport’ is being co-produced with LA-based Voltage Pictures, whose earlier hits include the Oscar-winning ‘The Hurt Locker’. The martial arts action drama is set to shoot in China, Hong Kong and Japan and tells the story of two rival martial arts masters who each train a student to compete in a secret underground tournament. Casting is still underway, but the stars will include fan favourite Selina Lo (‘Scorpion King 3’, ‘The Prince And Me 2’) and rising Australia action ace Jet Tranter. Anyone interested in trying out for the film should send their information and contact details to Temur Mamisashvili at email@example.com.
Hip hop impresario turned director/producer Damon Dash returns to Asia for a new urban action flick shooting in Hong Kong. ‘God Never Sleeps’ is set over one wild night in the city, with a young musician forced to run from his old life until daybreak, when his new one can begin. The film is being co-produced by Dash’s DDMG172 and Bey Logan’s B&E Productions. Damon has been one of the pioneers in discovering new talent on the Chinese music scene, and is now applying the same entrepreneurial spirit to this cinematic venture. The film still has positions available for cast and crew. If interested, please contact Charles Loi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hong Kong-based writer and producer Bey Logan reminds us of a time when flm posters were painted but still caught the energy of the moving image.
The men, who worked for hire to provide this uniquely stylised poster artwork, are some of the true unsung heroes of 70s action cinema.
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Bey gives his insights on film-making in China on the US Weekly edition of China Daily:
Filmmakers must learn to communicate creatively constantly and effectively
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We were proud to be part of the successful grassroots campaign to save the much-loved Café Lavande from harassment and possible closure. B&E chief Bey Logan directed a short film, The Man behind the Blue Door, and the team helped spread the word about the challenges facing the neighborhood establishment. The latest news is that Lavande will continue with business as usual.