Over the summer, Richard Osterlind & L&L Publishing have put Corinda's 13 Steps to Mentalism to DVD. Here's what Osterlind posted on another forum:
We covered every chapter in order and performed approximately 1/3 of the effects from the book. I choose those which I considered to be most practical and representative of the whole. Louiss aim was to have the set stand on its own (which it does), but I, of course, would still prefer the student work with the book hand-in-hand along with the DVDs.
To answer your question, yes, it I consider it an in-depth teaching with theory. Each step will have a discussion section with Jim and me, followed by some effects from that section and a discussion of each one and how it relates to the concept of that chapter. The menu will be very user friendly so that you can go to whatever section or effect you wish to view.
I have also tried to offer some new ideas and material that falls into the scheme of Corindas thinking. Some things have changed and improved over 50 years and we wanted these DVDs to be timeless. On the other hand, most of the material has withstood the test of time and I tried to present it as Corinda wrote it.
The set will probably contain 6 long discs and be very reasonably priced.
I just posted a teaser video (not really a preview) on L&L's site:
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