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Bey Logan

About Bey Logan

British-born Bey Logan began his professional career as a magazine writer and editor, editing the martial arts magazine Combat for five years before launching the action film publication Impact. A long-time Hong Kong cinema aficionado, he had his first hands on experience of the industry when he line produced the film Guns And Roses, which was shot on location in the UK and Paris.

Bey later relocated to Hong Kong, where he wrote the screenplays for the films ‘White Tiger’ and ‘Ballistic Kiss’. During the same period, he authored ‘Hong Kong Action Cinema’, a narrative history of the genre, and made his martial arts movie debut as a kung fu fighting bad guy in the Yuen Biao/Donnie Yen vehicle Circus Kids.

In 1998, he joined the Media Asia film company, where he wrote and co-produced two documentaries, ‘Jackie Chan: My Story’ and ‘Jackie Chan: My Stunts’. He went on to write the English dialogue scenes for the film ‘Gen-X Cops’, and was a co-writer on its sequel, ‘Gen-Y Cops’.

In 2001, Bey joined the Emperor Multimedia Group, where he wrote the script for the US$40m Jackie Chan vehicle ‘The Medallion’ and co-produced the action comedy ‘The Twins Effect’.

In 2003, Bey formed his own production company, Shankara Productions, in partnership with actress Maggie Q. He was also engaged to serve as Hong Kong representative for the international sales agency Arclight Films, and oversaw the distribution of several features, including Jackie Chan’s ‘New Police Story’. As a sideline, Bey provided commentaries and other bonus features for the Asian films released on the UK’s Hong Kong Legends label.

Bey has also made occasional acting appearances in Hong Kong television and films, most memorably in Donnie Yen’s Fist Of Fury series and Dante Lam’s Naked Ambition, and has been the subject of several TV documentaries, including Made In Hong Kong and Six Degrees Of Separation.

In 2006, he co-produced the US$5m Hong Kong action thriller ‘Dragon Squad’, starring Michael Biehn, Sammo Hung and Maggie Q.

On the 1st of October, 2005, Bey joined the Weinstein Company as Vice-president of Asian Acquisitions and Co-production.

Three years later, he left TWC to form B&E Productions. This Cheung Sha Wan-based multimedia company has so far produced the action thriller 'The Blood Bond: Shadowguard' and the sports action comedy 'Beach Spike!'. Bey was also a producer on the 3D animated feature 'Little Gobie'.

Late 2010 sees Logan premiere his lecture series, 'Way of Bey', and the publication of his first novel, 'The Blood Bond'.

In 2011, Bey made his directorial debut with the edgy period actioner 'Snowblade'.

The following year, B&E launched a movie memorabilia company, Reel East, to make official merchandise from classic Hong Kong films available to the fans.

In 2012, B&E worked with the Paris-based Aeternalis film company to produce the action-packed thriller 'Borderland'.

Bey lives and works in Hong Kong, practices Tibetan Buddhism, Hung Kuen kung fu and Chen Tai Chi and has five children: four sons, Ryan, Calvin, Kyle and Sean, and a daughter, Taia.

Interesting facts about Bey Logan

Languages Spoken english, cantonese, french
Location Hong Kong
Gender male
English Name Bey Logan
Member Since April 8, 2008
Fans 944
Profile Views 494,629

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We were excited to launch 'Ip Man: The Musical' at the Pegasus annual dinner, held by Raymond Wong at the Mandarin hotel. Writer Bey Logan and producers Robert Vincencio and Hongming Wang were happy to meet THE Ip Man, Donnie Yen...

Donnie was on hand to announce 'Ip Man 3D'.

Bey makes a point on stage while presenting the musical project.

The Ip Man 3D team leaves the stage, led by Ip Man's son, Ip Chun. Next up was our B&E annual gathering, held at the hidden fortress in Cheung Sha Wan, celebrating our year just gone and to come, and the birthdays of key players Elizabeth Yang, Ryan Logan and J. Cheung.

Kam, J, Kong Sifu, Tom and Bey all smiles!

Calvin smiles at his father's jokes (a family duty...)

Rap battle!

Ryan, one day all this will be yours...

Kong shows one of his challenge matches!

Tom takes flight for Kong Sifu.

Kong Sifu gives a lecture on his kung and his fu REEL EAST HAS CHAN, HUNG AND CHOW.

Jackie Chan is back in theaters with 'Chinese Zodiac', and we have the memorabilia from his earlier exploits as the Asian Hawk. Meanwhile Chow Yun-fat and Sammo Hung are together for the first time in 'The Last Tycoon', and we have the best of their previous gangster fare. Go to our website, or visit our showroom if you're here in Hong Kong![](/attachments/2012/12/19/15/72861_201212191547111.thumb.jpg) Happy holidays from all at B&E!

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B&E / Reel East update

All the (B&E) fit that's news to print...

thr3guys join B&E

We're really delighted to welcome expat masterminds J. Cheung and Kamil Janowski to the team. Kamil is a master of the lens, shooting stills and moving images with equal skill. If you need someone shot, or maybe to get shot yourself, either buy a gun, or contact the K Machine at Check out his stuff at Meanwhile, J. has been kicking up a storm locally as stunt performer, training and choreographer, and can be contacted at Check out his stuff at Our studio in Cheung Sha Wan is available to shoot head shots and showreels, so contact the guys for all your dynamically visual needs.

FANTOM announced

B&E Productions is in early stages of pre-production on 'FANTOM', a post-apocalyptic actioner set to shoot in Hong Kong and China early next year. We're looking for a few good men (and women) who like to fight, and look cool doing it. If you pose in front of the mirror every morning, and that's you, please send your photo and details to

New items daily on Reel East!

Our unique Hong Kong movie memorabilia has proved such a hit with fans, we're now adding new items from our vast archive on a daily basis. Collectors and more casual devotees of local cinema are also welcome to visit our showroom to see the Reel East Collection of Asian Action Cinema Items. Please check out our site at, and also our Facebook page at

Martial Club alive and kicking (punching, stabbing etc)....

Our Cheung Sha Wan kung fu school has brought traditional Hung Gar to the neighbourhood, with lively group sessions on Monday and Friday evenings from 6-9pm. Private lessons are also available by appointment, as well as specific flexibility, screen fighting and others forms of practice on offer. The school is also available for rent for individual practice, choreography, rehearsal and any other (vaguely) legal activities.

We at Blk E, 1st floor, Cheong Fat Factory Building, 346, Fuk Wing Street, Cheung Sha Wan. The big blue building just up from Ext C1 of the Cheung Sha Wan.


All enquiries regarding any of the above, please call 2194 8377 or 9374 9619.














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Action directing on 'Lust and Found'

Alley of fury in Cheung Sha Wan

I had a blast helping out director Lawrence Gray shooting a fight scene for his film 'Lust and Found'. We filmed in a alleyway just around the corner from the old B&E offices in Sheung Wan.

It was great to have so many familiar faces on the team. Production manager Paul Ducommon-dir-Verron and assistant production designer Simon Lam were both on the crew for my movie 'Borderland'.

I also 'lent' Lawrence some new members of the clan, including my production assistant Yummy Cheng (whose name alone would caused an harassment suit on a Hollywood set), as well as camera ace Kamil Janowski. In the shot above, he's impersonating an owl to try and cheer me up. It didn't work.

My second in command on the action front is Jay Cheung, rapper, actor and stunt dude extraordinaire. He's above with actor Philippe Joly, an accomplished martial artist who came up with the basic choreography for the scene we shot.

The cast included Arran Hawk, one of the survivors of 'Ghosts of the Forbidden City', the Roger Corman masterpiece shot up at our ACE studio in Nanhai.

Whatever the time pressure, there's always space for ballroom dancing. Co-stars Jai Day (left) and Vivenne Tseng watch us waltz.

The tough thing about shooting in an alley using natural light is that the sun moves so damn fast! Something should really be done about that...

Here's me figuring out an angle while Jay takes an uppercut from Philippe.

Wrapped! Team B&E and 3 Guys with the mighty Mak Sifu, who helped us with crowd control!

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Cheung Sha Wan Martial Club Opens!


Traditional Hung Gar Kung Fu School Brings Classical Chinese Combat to Kowloon.

I am proud to be collaborating wth my teacher, the great Mak Chi-kong Sifu, to open a new o Kwoon / Martial Club. The school is located in our converted warehouse space in Cheung Sha Wan, which already houses my B&E production office and Reel East movie memorabilia warehouse/showroom.

We teach traditional Hung Kuen kung fu from the Lam Sai-wing lineage. Mak Sifu is teaching from 6-9 every weekday evening, except Wednesdays, and the syllabus covers empty hand forms and weapons, as well as the self-defence and health enhancing aspects of the art.

Mak Sifu also teaches Lion Dance and traditional drumming.

The kwoon has an open space suitable for forms practice, as well as kick bag, wooden dummy and most other traditional training aids (including some non-traditional ones, such as a stretching machine!).  Practitioners of other styles are welcome to come and rent the space during available hours for their own training.

We had a successful pre-opening party. Above is occasional kung fu player Raven Tao, demanding someone display the pole for her.

We are located at Block E, 1st Floor, Cheong Fat Factory Building, 346, Fuk Wing Street, Cheung Sha Wan, its the bg blue building opposite exit C1 of the Cheung Sha Wan MTR.

For further information please contact Mak Chi-kong Sifu at 91833379.


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Reel East 20% Off Summer Sale


Reel East Are Smashing Prices!

To celebrate the summer, Reel East, your one stop shop for all classic Hong Kong movie memorabilia, is slashing prices on most items by 20%.

If you're a die hard fan of Asian action cinema, or just need something retro and cool for that space on your apartment wall, we have what you need!

Check out or, if your visiting or based in Hong Kong, come to our showroom in Cheung Sha Wan and visit the hidden fortress of jade screen magic.

Our team lies waiting for you:

Lyly says buy or die!

Also at special sale price are our best-selling Wong Fei-hung inspired t-shirts. They have Kwan Tak-hing as the venerable master, together with a classic subtitle from 'The Magificent Butcher'.

AND our embroidered Reel East logo on the collar.

No wonder Fred says they're a winner, and wants YOU to buy one now!

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