Home to the top stunt performers, stunt coordinators and 2nd unit directors
The International Stunt Association (ISA) is home to the top stunt performers, stunt coordinators and 2nd unit directors in the motion picture and television industry.
A fraternal organization founded in 1980, for the last 30 years the members of ISA have granted many of the professional awards that Hollywood bestows upon the "Best of the Best" in the entertainment industry.
For high intensity extreme action that brings "vision into reality" only trust your productions with the professionals of the International Stunt Association.
The International Stunt Association. was founded in 1980 by stuntman extraordinaire, Alan Gibbs.
The International Stunt Association was founded in 1980 by stuntman extraordinaire, Alan Gibbs.
Considered by many to be one of the best stuntmen to ever don a pad, Alan had a vision of assembling the top talent Hollywood had to offer in the stunt industry. He saw his dream become a reality before he died of cancer in 1988, a young man of 47.
Today his legacy lives on with the members of the "ISA" leading the industry in creating and coordinating the biggest action in Hollywood while holding safety above all else.
In TV news, John Medlen has been flying high with the new CBS show "Supergirl," and Thom Williams" ABC comedy "The Real O"Neals" has been seeing a lot of action. And congrats to Mark Wagner who just came back from a long run on Captain America 3 to start coordinating his new TV show "Paradise Pictures!"