Roy Elghanayan’s fight choreography has a unique style that originates from his real world experience and knowledge in Krav Maga, Israeli Jiu Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). His service in the Israeli Special Forces only adds to his original and creative fight scenes, which incorporate a special Israeli Tactical Method of Shooting, making all his scenes look real to the eyes, and the imagination.
Each of the four stages within Roy Elghanayan’s process, harnesses a new and unique quality and originality on the most advanced forms of Krav Maga and MMA. Although Roy uses the most advanced methods, he teaches everything in a way that even the most inexperienced talent, is able to look like a seasoned war specialist.
ON SET COORDINATING
In the video below, Film Actress Jessica Chastain (Interstellar, Zero Dark Thirty) shares her own personal experience with Roy Elghanayan. Within it, the video showcases her executing various hand to hand combat tactics, after having no prior experience, and only training with Roy for four months.
Fight Choregraphy is defined as a specific system in film which is intended to bring the dream of a REAL fight without bringing any REAL harm to the talent. Below are eight highlighted videos from the collection of Roy Elghanayan. In each video, Roy implements a fresh new way of teaching the talent to make the scene look as real as possible, while being as safe as possible.