Among the dozens of apps and channels you’ll find out there, there’s a ample handful to tend to. Iron Dragon TV is one entity pushed by founder Janell Smith and with app itself now readily available in the Apple store as of this week.
It’s the latest move for Iron Dragon Productions CEO own Janell Smith, a proficent martial artist herself, who founded the film streaming service back in 2014 in partnership with Nanotech Entertainment to distribute hard hitting and edgy martial arts and Asian action titles to today’s audiences. The app is also available on Amazon, Roku, and on Google Play.
Iron Dragon TV is also home to the annual summer events culminating the Iron Dragon TV Action Fest. Its three year history welcomes a worldly roster of shorts and feature film entries, and has seen celebrity attendances like actor T.J. Storm (Revenger, Kickboxer: Vengeance), and Tak Sakagichi (Versus, Re:Born) to name a few.
The action fest’s third year saw six major highlights with wins attributed to Daniel Zirilli’s Hollow Point for Best Action Film, and action short No Way Out with Max Huang for Best Action Star, Best Action Choreography and Best Action Scene.
Samuel Vansteenkiste’s Budokai-Do won for Best Action Cinematography, with Zoe Bell and Heidi Moneymaker taking home the award for Best Action Duo on Will Corona Pilgrim and Adam Davis’ 2016 short, No Touching.