Fans of Apple, and fans of Steve Job’s will probably have to set their reminders on their iPhones for Wednesday and Thursday, which is November 16th, and 17th.
These are the days that the interview with Jobs will be set to be shown on Landmark Theaters in a number of cities in the United States.
“Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” is what the name of film will be, which is a 70-minute show. It contains questions and answers with an interview done with Steve Jobs in 1995, where he had been ousted from the own company he had founded (which was also before he started or I should say created the iPod, iPhone and iPad comeback products to revive Apple).
In this interview, which was conducted by the writer and producer Robert Cringely, which was for a 1996 PBS mini-series called “Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires,” is a look at the aspect of the PC and on the rise of Silicon Valley.
It was said by Cringely to The Los Angeles Times that just around only 1o minutes of the conversation really only came up as a “Triumph” and he would end up looking at the rest of the video taken as to be used in a sequel, which was never created later on, to this day.
Though the “Triumph”, director Paul Sen made the VHS dupe and through it into a U.K. garage to be lost forever. And after the death of Steve Job’s on October 5th, Cringely was contacted by Sen, who actually got in touch with Landmark.
After recalling his talk with Steve Jobs, that took place in the Next headquarters at Redwood City, California, Cringely had said to the LA Times that the Mac mastermind was “great that day.” And Cringely had said that the talking put Job’s in a number of facets on display, which came along with his humor and some crabbiness. During the time of the conversation, Jobs talks about Microsoft, expressing his own displeasure of his love of Apple. “He was a cranky guy,” which is what Cringely told the Times: “I do think we see that, obviously.”
The movie is set to be seen in 19 cities across the U.S.
- Berkeley, Calif.
- Los Angeles
- New York
- Palo Alto, Calif.
- San Diego
- San Francisco
- Washington, D.C.
Where jobs lived, in Palo Alto, the film will be shown throughout November 22nd.
In Job’s own death, which of course took over the front page of news outlets all over the globe, has led to tons of tributes which is as diverse as the walls of Post-It notes which at Apple stores to runs on the Apple founder’s whom became fans of eyeglass frames.
Here is some video footage of the interview to be shown in theaters in the cities shown above.