We’re pretty excited for the upcoming documentary The Science of Magic. And if you’re itching to learn more about the making of the film like we are, you can tune in to Toronto public radio station CIUT 89.5 FM on Friday at 9am Eastern for an interview with the film’s co-director Daniel Zuckerbrot.
Friday 9AM: Listen to @ciut895fm Friday Morning when Daniel Garber @culturalmining interviews documentary filmmaker Daniel Zuckerbrot co-director of The Science of Magic premiering on CBC's The Nature of Things@dzuckerbrot @geniionline @cbcdocs pic.twitter.com/1MgC99vLiT
— CIUT 89.5fm (@CIUT895FM) March 14, 2018
Zuckerbrot will be speaking with Daniel Garber, a film critic, interviewer, and host of a film show called Cultural Mining that airs every Friday on CIUT. The film itself will take a look at the intersection of psychology, scientific method, and prestidigitation, following a who’s who of the best working performers in the field (like Tom Stone, Billy Kidd, Juan Tamariz, and so many more), and the researchers studying their work to bring some magic into the laboratory. It sounds fascinating.
This isn’t Zuckerbrot’s first foray into movie magic: he previously filmed David Ben’s wildly macabre performance of “Call of the Colors” inside the house of late artifact collector Bill Jamieson.
If you’re unable to listen to the live broadcast (or, like me, don’t live in Canada), you can find links to livestreams on CIUT’s official website. If you end up missing the program, you can download the latest episode here. The Science of Magic will air on CBC’s The Nature of Things program on Sunday, March 18, and will be available to stream on CBC’s website as well. The documentary will eventually be available worldwide at a date yet to be determined.