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Episode 45 – Mentalism on Camera

It is always great to see mentalism getting television and media attention, but what really goes into making successfully filmed mentalism? Often things can be over-edited, creating an unrealistic expectation of mentalism for the general public, is this a problem?

In this episode Francis from the United Kingdom would like me to discuss mentalism in the media on both television and the internet.

While discussing the pros and cons of film and mentalism I also mentioned the following resources, make sure to take a look of them:

‘Making Short Films’ by Max and Clifford Thurlow

‘Book Of Lies’ by Paul Brook

‘Video production handbook’ by Owens and Millerson

Extra Content – Instant Access: TV Effect

This is more than just an effect that plays very strongly but also is here to help you to see the difference between the world of performance mentalism and the world of television on online media.

With this effect the mentalist will seemingly be able to control the perception of those around them and gain access to restricted areas. For Only £7 you get a 3 page PDF instantly available for you to download and consume.

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Comments (2)

  1. Paul Brook December 14, 2017 at 9:02 am

    Do you feel that mentalism on video where it can be edited and the audience do not see everything can be harmful for the working performers?

  2. Daniel Rodriguez Martinez December 21, 2017 at 11:07 am

    Hi Paul, thanks for the Podcast, for the whole lot, it is an audio goldmine, I compare it to Conversations with Mindreaders.
    I noticed you deactivated the record Question option, seems the podcast is coming to an end? Had a few for questions to record. If this is the end of the podcast I just wanted to thank you for your time and your selflessness to share this wealth of information with us.

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