Now Available: Solo by Michael James.
With over 90 minutes of flourishes, Solo is designed to challenge and inspire the contemporary cardist. A production that started nearly eight months ago has in fact been in the works for four years.
It’s 52 against one. Beat the odds. Discover Solo.
In a world that is overflowing with extra long dribbles and unnatural geometric displays, Michael favors a classic approach where fluid and expressive motions are top priority.
Solo features ten signature card flourishes, four bonus moves, and multiple special features. Now available on DVD and digital download. Check out the trailer HERE.
Time to put on your excited face! Solo’s release is right around the corner and we’ve published some great content so far. We’ve had a great response and would like to recap on the details and videos incase you missed it.
Solo is a collection of ten flourishes by Michael James. The project also includes bonus moves, exclusive jam videos, special features, and behind the scenes. The product will be 90 minutes long and available in DVD and digital download format. It’s coming January 27th to a theater near you…not really.
Here are all the links in one place in case you missed any one of the many trailers or teases we put out:
Official TEASER Trailer – a first glimpse of the project, shot in true anamorphic for a true movie-like experience.
Behind the scenes FEATURETTE – an inside look into the making of Solo
James+Jikh – an excerpt of one of the jam videos featured on Solo
Solo Outakes – an excerpt of the blooper reel featured on Solo
Posted by Michael James on January 18th, 2012 in General, New Releases
Last week we released a teaser for Solo – a project that’s been in production for nearly 8 months.
This week we release a special featurette, where we take you behind the scenes to show you how it all got started.
Solo is collection of ten signature flourishes by Michael James coming January 27th on DVD and digital format.
To get the latest scoop on the project, watch the featurette here.
This week on Exposé, Zach and Christen are joined by Michael Stern as they review The Vintage Holdout.
The Vintage Holdout at it’s core, is a concept. It’s a utility device that allows you to perform three effects which are taught in one download: Color Changing Riser, Card & Coin Transpo, and Ambitious Climax.
But wait! To make things even more interesting, Zach and Christen are also joined by Patrick Kun in this crazy episode of Exposé. To watch this week’s episode, click here.
Zach also talks about theory11’s latest release Solo by Michael James, and if you haven’t seen it, check out the teaser. Your comments are read from last week and Zach all too easily gives away his newest Wire release.
To watch this week’s episode of the Insider, click on Zach’s face.
To watch all past episodes, check out our Insider Vault.
First is Isolated by Jose Morales-a relatively new style of cardistry that looks a lot like dubstepping with cards. Next is Jericho by Nauris Neibolts-a cool flourish with an insanely smooth ending. Finally, Phaced by Tobias Levin-his rendition of the skater cut that simply looks awesome.
Find out what Zach and Christen have to say about the quality, explanations, pricing and more! Check it out HERE.
Happy New Year from The Insider! This week, Zach discusses Andrei Jikh’s birthday, real video evidence that Zach actually performed with Odd Future, and a special sneak peek of Solo – an epicsauce cardistry project by Michael James.
Fortunately, that’s not all! We’re even gonna throw in a magical 3D song because let’s face it: 3D movies are not enough these days. To watch this week’s episode click Zach’s face or HERE.
To watch all past episodes of The Insider, check out our Insider Vault.
This week, Zach and Christen review the effect Splinter by Marcus Eddie. Imagine being able to bite out a splinter the size of a toothpick from the end of your finger!
You can set up Splinter in literally seconds. It’s a trick you can easily take on the go and shock your audiences with.
Zach and Christen rate the effect, method, performance, and explanation of Splinter so you have all the details before you decide whether to buy or not buy Splinter. Watch Exposé here.
This week on The Insider, Zach shows us what could possibly be the most perfect David Blaine spoof ever. Okay, maybe not THAT good.
Zach also talks about Mr. Bean’s stand up routine where Jesus is a magician, Peter Holmes on Conan, and the question of the week.
To watch this week’s episode, click Zach’s face. To watch all past episodes, check out The Insider Vault.