Shorinji Kempo 70 Years is a documentary to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the martial art created by Doshin So. Culminating in a World Shorinji Kempo Taikai and three day International Study Session that bears the title “Be the Bridge and make the world better, one person at a time”.
A two part series on the history of Budo and the culture of the martial arts. This is a long unabridged interview with professor Takashi Uozumi which took place in his office and library.
One of our most popular film releases, The Immortal Path has just been picked up by distributor for a worldwide streaming platform with large subscription base that delivers “conscious media.”
An in-depth interview with our director, Jon Braeley by Kendo World Magazine.
We are pleased to announce that our new 2018 movie catalog is now available with updated new film releases.
To go deeper into the many styles of Pencak Silat we are traveling back to the heart of Indonesia, to its roots in Central Java. Historically this region has produced more styles than any other and it is here that Inti Ombak’s lineage can be traced back many centuries to the Mataram Kingdom.
On a secluded mountain peak above Five-Dragon, Wudang’s oldest Daoist temple, is a cave excavated out of the mountain rock. In the tradition of the Daoist hermit, it’s purpose was as a sanctuary for meditation and Tai Chi.
A clip from The Island Art of Silat featuring the Pencak Silat style of Tapak Suci. Founded 50 years ago, in a time of great political upheaval in Java, Tapak Suci followers wear a distinctive red uniform in a tribute to the Muslim struggle against communism that took place in Indonesia in the 1960’s.