The story of martial-arts master Ip Man, the man who trained Bruce Lee.
|梁朝伟 (Tony Chiu-Wai Leung)||饰||Ip Man (as Tony Leung)|
|黎烈弓 (Cung Le)||饰||Iron Shoes|
|王庆祥 (Qingxiang Wang)||饰||Master Gong Yutian|
|徐锦江 (Elvis Tsui)||饰||Mr. Hung (as Jinjiang Xu)|
|宋慧乔 (Hye-Kyo Song)||饰||Zhang Yongcheng (as Hye-kyo Song)|
|出品公司||Block 2 Pictures|
|发行公司||Southern Film (2013) (Theatrical) (Hong Kong)|
|泽东电影有限公司 (2013) (Theatrical) (Hong Kong)|
|Shochiku Home Video (Also available in Limited Steelbook Edition) (2013) (Blu-ray/DVD) (Japan)|
|Mei Ah Entertainment (2013) (All media) (Hong Kong)|
|首映票房（美国）||$132,617, 25 August 2013|
- In some of the Hong Kong scenes, Ip Man practices on an apparatus made from a wooden post and dowels. This is the Wooden Dummy, used for Wing Chun open hand technique development and strength training. It also furthers the practitioner's understanding of angles, positions, footwork, and balance.
- Wing Chun is a Chinese martial art that emphasizes short-range practical combat with direct punches and blocks and low kicks. Its practitioners are trained to quickly approach and engage opponents at close range. This can negate the longer range of taller opponents by attacking from inside their offensive perimeter.
- The project was announced almost 10 years before its final release, due to director 王家卫's endless perfectionism. Several other motion pictures about the Ip Man that were conceived after this announcement (most famously 叶问 (2008) and 叶问2：宗师传奇 (2010)) were all released in the meantime.