Sword Fighting: A Manual for Actors and Directors
Presents the art of creating realistic and exciting fight sequences for theatre, film and TV. This work contains advice on how to use character, costume, period and setting in the staging of a fight scene. It includes step-by-step instruction on how sword-fighting techniques from different periods can be safely adapted for stage and screen fights.
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