The sad passing of Steve Jobs on 5th October was met with a wave of sympathy from around the whole world. Since then lots has been said, written and printed about the late Apple founder's remarkable life.
The authorised biography that was published just after his death became a best-seller in its very first week, and now PBS Special has unveiled "Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview" a movie based on a 70-minute interview conducted in the mid 90s.
The footage of that interview has been made into this movie which will be released in the chain of Landmark Theatres on November 16th and 17th in various selected cities.
The interview was conducted in 1995 by former Apple employee and tech journalist Robert X Cringley, at that time Steve Jobs was the CEO of Pixar as well as NeXT computers. In the movie unedited footage of this interview has been used.
The interview was a part of the PBS documentary "Triumph of the Nerds", however, less than 10 minutes were used of this interview, and the remaining minutes were thought to be lost forever when the master tapes disappeared in shipping, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Thankfully, recently Landmark reported that the tapes were found in London. And now the whole world can view this two decade old, never-aired-before incite into the mind of the great man.