Steve Jobs Lost Interview

November 5, 2011 by staff 

Steve Jobs Lost Interview, Add movie star of the many accomplishments of the evening, Steve Jobs. One of the interviews Steve Jobs’ most memorable TV appeared in the 1995 PBS miniseries “The Triumph of the Nerds.” Just 10 minutes of footage of Jobs bitter at his best – he had only been kicked out of Apple, the company he co-founded – he did in the film, but the special film has raised the total interview took 70 minutes out employment.

The full chat, titled “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” will be released for a two-days-only in the Landmark Theatres on November 16 and 17.

Robert Cringely, the producer of “The Triumph of the Nerds,” thought the original tape of his interview with the job that was lost. But the film reappeared after October 5 Jobs death, Cringely says the Los Angeles Times that an email exchange with Mark Cuban, owner of Landmark led to an agreement to convert the VHS tape interview to a worthy project the big screen.

“Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” includes thoughts Jobs to the company that he felt had betrayed him, and lighter moments, according to Cringely, anecdotally Jobs on pretending to be Henry Kissinger and prank call the Pope.

“He was a great day,” said the Times Cringely. “He was a man in a bad mood. I think to do that.”

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