Action Acting / Stunt Fighting (WGMS)
Motion Picture / Video / Movies / Theatre / Public Performance
The appearance of real physical conflict and the suspension of disbelief that people seem like they are fighting but it is staged and set up.
In this way they are able to appear to inflict pain and injury and people seem like they are hurt or injured, but by performing choreographed techniques and using tricks and illusion including the use of certain kit, equipment and props - that certain moves or actions are exaggerated and conflict appears real when it isn't.
This method has been used for decades and strong influence drawn from real conflict and sport but now developed into it's own specialist discipline as people specialise in this type of "Staged Combat." It has really grown into its own as films and movies developed and now with internet video being so accessible to almost anyone - so many people are learning Action Acting / Stunt Fighting.
WGMS is just a specific school of training and application and having taught and influences thousands over the years - it has developed it's own following.
This is a subset of the systems taught by "Philosopher and Warrior" through "Woo Gar Mo Sut" and appears in many schools, theatre groups, action acting and staged combat groups, etc.