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We draw on our extensive experience in action design, stunts, special effects, acting, direction and production, and use a holistic approach to develop action sequences.

As action providers, we see ourselves as specialists in the authentic portrayal of violence, conflict and all kinds of extreme situations. We also believe we have a responsibility to make every detail as realistic as possible, and place our knowledge at the disposal of the director, producer and all other departments early on in the project – to guarantee seamless sequences and smooth production.

All our projects are supervised by our CEO Martin Goeres. His new, unique approach has gained him the reputation of being one of the most content-focused supervisors in the business…

Martin Goeres

With more than 30 years of movie experience in acting, stunts, and SFX and thousands of working hours spent on international Hollywood sets alone, Martin Goeres is the ideal partner when it comes to challenging action scenes.
His extensive acting and directing experience enable him to approach the realization of scenes more sensitively and with greater attention to content than is customary in the action scene.
His regular work in the international movie business keeps him in touch with the latest cutting-edge technology. Martin Goeres knows exactly how to exploit these special attributes to your advantage.

Press comments about MG’s work

  • "..The Lazarus Project has a bright concept behind it with satisfying bursts of action (think shootouts and international car chases)..."

    Nicole Vassell The Independent
  • The Lazarus Project is a big, robust sci-fi thriller with proper action scenes. Well-directed shoot-outs, car chases, punch-ups, sniper attacks and on-foot pursuits… the action is good, meaty and regularly delivered. It’s pacy and exhilarating without suffering from loud, bangy attention deficit disorder. The dynamic range from quiet moments to loud, impressive set pieces is handled well.

    Louisa Mellor Den of Geek
  • “The Lazarus Project transitioned from domestic drama to weird time-travel sci-fi flick to full stunt Mad Max car chase in less than an hour..."

    Carol Midgley The Times
  • What could be a slightly silly show with good gags and terrific stuntwork becomes something else, asking serious questions about a modern world that feels increasingly out of control.

    Gabriel Tate Finanzial Times
  • "... This show is fast and funny and furious and exciting — some of those stunt sequences are worthy of a Bond film, they really are.."

    Steven Perkins what to watch
  • "Much of the first two episodes are relatively low-key, largely taking on the form of a relationship drama with a Groundhog Day twist before exploding into action scenes on a scale rarely seen on British TV."

    Sam Moore Rolling Stone