If you would like to get blog coverage publicity for your own DocuMystery or Thrillumentary please read this article and at the bottom of it you’ll find out how to do so.

Exciting News Regarding Movie Process!

The Manhattan Magician blogged on the Movie Process website about the procedure that was undertaken to produce a film. That film is Thrillumentary! Here’s an excerpt:

“The Manhattan Magician’s idea was simple. He would do 3 steps a day until he had a finished film using the Multi Media Movie Making Matrix and Methodology. Things went swimmingly. He would do 3 steps and then his students would do 3 steps. He would do another 3 steps and again his students would follow his lead doing those same 3 steps on their movie projects.”

Additional Blog Coverage by DocuMystery!

The prestigious DocuMystery blog also did a post about us! DocuMystery explores the Filmmaking Methodology for “Thrillumentary” as well as speaks about the inspiration that the original 1968 version of Night of the Living Dead had on Manhattan Magician. In the DocuMystery piece they speak of an in-person interview they had with Judith O’Dea who played the lead role of Barbara in the motion picture. Here is a bit regarding the topics that Ms. O’Dea covered in that interview.

“Ms. O’Dea had lots to say about a number of different topics that included how to break into the industry as an actor, why “Night of the Living Dead” has remained popular for so long, as well as of course some of the filmmaking process strategies that were implemented on “Dead.”

The Platinum PIAs Connection to Thrillumentary

An interesting connection exists in terms of the making of “Thrillumentary” and the Platinum PIAs Community Awards Show for ArtisticPreneurs. turns out that part of “Thrillumentary” was shot at the PIAs back in 2017. This is acknowledged by Lights Camera Read’s Yianni Stamas.

“It’s hard to believe that the Platinum PIAs Community Awards Show for ArtisticPreneurs are tomorrow! Wow, this came quickly.”

Do You Have a Creative Project that is Relevant to the ArtisticPreneur Mission?

So what have we learned from this coverage? Good projects get noticed! So if you have a creative project for which you’d like to get the word out and that you think is relevant to the ArtisticPreneur community, you can do what we did which was to contact the ArtisticPreneur website! acts as a kind of publicist for other sites that are a part of the ArtisticPreneur Movement.