Kahana Stunt School is a division of Stunt Action Coordinator’s, Inc. which was founded in 1972 and incorporated in 1974. SAC was opened to the public in 1977 by Mr. Kim Kahana Sr., a former member of the Stuntmen’s Association of Motion Pictures, Inc. It was his goal to provide comprehensive education for students wishing to enter into stunt work.
The objective of the stunt school is to prepare its students to become professional, creative and technical crafstmen in the motion picture and television industries.
Like other film schools that charge you anywhere from $50,000 -$100,000 the Kahana Stunt School is different. For the last 40 years, and over 15,000 students, we have been teaching you on the job training. This is the school of life.
- How to break into the motion picture and tv industry
- How to arrange your composites and resumes
- How to do your job and present yourself on auditions
- How to set up camera and edit
- How to act and set up your own stunts
- how to be safe for yourself and for others (the most important lesson you will learn)
Weapons: Use of military artillery equipment, rifles & handguns. One day only.
Traditional training in the field of different martial arts. This instruction is up to Mr. Kahana’s discretion.
Valuable knowledge on contracts, contacts, etc.
Use of video and camera equipment to better educate & evaluate students’ abilities.
Composite & Choreographing stunt action pictures and words into one biography presentation.
Kahana Stunt School
3111 Smith Road (@ DeadEnd)
Groveland, FL 34736
PHONE: 407-437-6125 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org