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Maria Tran

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The Mighty Dragon vs Maria Tran

The Mighty Dragon podcast

I recently caught up with this busy lady on her latest project My Mother The Action Star. Here we discuss how her mother’s treacherous journey and bravery provided inspiration for Maria for this story. It appears that Maria’s mothers strength and courage laid the foundation for Maria to pursue her dreams and charge through any challenges she faced on her own journey.Action star, director, producer and actor, Maria’s achievements are pioneering for all women in filmmaking. She continues to support Outreach programmes and give back to the community too, keep up with her latest news on her action girl Facebook page.This conversation reminded me that some of the most inspiring stories can be found closer to home.Catch up with My Mother The Action Star here: Sydney Morning Herald--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

19mins

9 Oct 2020

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Episode 52 - Scott Adkins / Maria Tran

Kung Fu Movie Guide Podcast

Tired of scrolling through streaming platforms trying to decide on the next thing to watch during lockdown? Then let the martial arts action star Scott Adkins help you, as he discusses his favourite fight films of all time on today's episode, including five bonafide classics and five lesser-appreciated head-kickers. During our chat - his fourth appearance on the show - we discover how he almost ended up in the 1997 Gary Daniels movie, Bloodmoon; what he learned from Donnie Yen and Yuen Woo-ping on the set of Ip Man 4; his thoughts about moving into directing; and the latest gossip on his many upcoming projects, including Dolph Lundgren's Castle Falls, spy thriller Legacy of Lies, sci-fi adventure film The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud, and Debt Collectors, the surprise sequel to 2018's The Debt Collector. Debt Collectors is released on digital in the USA on 29 May and DVD on 2 June, courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films. In the UK, the film is known under the title, Payback, and will be released on digital on 8 June and DVD on 9 July, courtesy of Dazzler Media.We are also joined by Australian indie action filmmaker Maria Tran, who has spent her lockdown working on a new comedy short, Tiger Cop: Toilet Paper Hero; an homage to the 1980s Hong Kong action films she watched as a child, only with a topical pandemic twist. Maria is an actor, director, producer, writer, fight choreographer and mentor to up-and-coming filmmakers in Australia, who works hard to support people particularly from minority backgrounds in helping them to share their stories through film. She is also a kick-ass action star who has worked with Jackie Chan (for Bleeding Steel) and Roger Corman (for Fist of the Dragon), fought on-screen in China and Vietnam, and enjoyed success with her own independent shorts and features. Her first feature film, Echo 8, will see her in the lead role as well as directing, and will be completed in 2020.LINKSScott Adkins on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thescottadkins/Debt Collectors trailer: https://youtu.be/lPDs-BU7y7c'Tiger Cop: Toilet Paper Hero' on YouTube: https://youtu.be/yTepmGqoueMMaria Tran's website: https://www.mariatran.com/Maria Tran on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mariatran85Maria Tran on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mariatranactress/Maria Tran on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mariatran85/'We need to embrace conflict': TEDxYouth@Sydney talk by Maria Tran: https://youtu.be/KVehRy-V07k

1hr 23mins

18 May 2020

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INTERVIEW: MARIA TRAN, Actress, Stuntwoman, Filmmaker

Kung Fu Drive-In Podcast

Martial artist, actress, stuntwoman, and filmmaker, MARIA TRAN, joins me from Down Under to talk about her continuing journey through martial arts and film. From working with the likes of Jason Statham on "The Meg" to Jackie Chan in "Bleeding Steel", Maria has extended her film work to creating the upcoming documentary Femmes Fatales: Seen and Unheard, which showcases female action stars in an industry that often doesn't quite give them their due.  PHOENIX EYE FILMS: https://www.phoenixeye.com.au/ FACEBOOK PAGES: MARIA TRAN: https://www.facebook.com/mariatranactress/?ref=br_rs PHOENIX EYE FILMS: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=240874829758581&ref=br_rs INSTAGRAMS: PHOENIX EYE FILMS: @phoenixeyefilms MARIA TRAN: @mariatran85 We discuss, debate and dissect kung fu movies and martial arts cinema past, present, and future!  SPONSORS: www.tinboxsolutions.com www.wearenotgoodpeople.com YOUTUBE LINKS: http://youtu.be/5zeRoGFft2s  by Justin H @KingofKungFuAMP

45mins

30 Jan 2019

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Rev Jenny Warner & Maria Tran - "Immigration & Refugees" - June 24, 2018

Valley Presbyterian Church

Rev. Jenny Warner interviews Vietnam refugee and founder of Sea of Solidarity, Maria Tran.

28mins

3 Jul 2018

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235: Embrace Your Fears With Maria Tran

The Tao of Self Confidence

Maria Tran is an Australian-Vietnamese actress, model and presenter renown for being queen of onscreen action in both Australia and internationally. Bold, daring, multitalented; she is represents a new fresh wave of women who not only have great compassion for the world, but know how to do it with imagination and creative style.Maria wasn't always so confident. Back then she suffered from people pleasing and social anxiety. Find out on this episode what made her change and decided to embrace her won fear to become the power house that she is today.Check out thetaoofselfconfidence.com for show notes of Maria's episode, Maria's website, resources, gifts and so much more.

8mins

19 Oct 2016