Steve Jobs Interview Headed To Theaters
November 5, 2011 by staff
Steve Jobs Interview Headed To Theaters, Steve Jobs started a new Microsoft in 1995, when former Apple employee Robert Cringely interviewed his former boss to a PBS special. Less than 10 minutes of recorded conversation made it crucial to success of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires, but the rest – is believed to be lost in shipping – is now headed to theaters Nov. 16 and 17.
Billed as Steve Jobs: The Lost interview, the 70-minute feature repurposes a copy of the full interview, that triumph of the Nerds director Paul Sen discovered in his garage in London last month when he was in search of the tape after death Jobs.
“The PAL-VHS tape is known as a teacher’s professional team D1, but still VHS VHS is, sht,” Cringely said on his blog in a post about the discovery. “However, video technology has come a long way since 1995, so we’ve been throwing voodoo resolution improvement on that tape.”
lt is a remarkable rediscovery, despite the quality of the source material, which gathered dust for more than a decade, leaves a bit to be desired. The content of the interview ten years ago provides an honest look at the world’s most successful leader in technology, as caught between periods Jobs at Apple. In the previous clip, an excerpt of the original PBS broadcast, Jobs describes the Eureka moment when he saw his first graphical user interface during a visit to Xerox PARC.
There are many moments in the interview as recently restored, in which Jobs’ much-criticized Microsoft for doing shoddy products, “according to a press release Landmark Theatres.
“[This is] essentially an unedited interview – definitely not the kind of stuff you’d normally see on television,” Cringely said. “Itâ € ™ s Steve persuade me in a great performance.”
Steve Jobs: The lost interview, without qualification and run 70 minutes, will play over two nights at Landmark Theatres in 17 cities, including Palo Alto, California
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