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Small portions of the piece were used for a television series at the time, but the vast majority was shelved and for 17 years thought to be lost. Resurfacing, it is being presented in its entirety, providing a fascinating look at Jobs at a particularly interesting moment in his career, two years before he would go on to retake control of Apple.
Robert X. Cringely is the pen name of both technology journalist Mark Stephens, he is the author of the best-selling book Accidental Empires: How the Boys of Silicon Valley Make Their Millions, Battle Foreign Competition, and Still Can't Get a Date. Stephens has also appeared as Cringely in two documentaries based on his writings: Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires (1996) and Nerds 2.0.1: A Brief History of the Internet (1998).
John Gau, born in 1940, is UK-based television documentary producer, notably the PBS series Triumph of the Nerds and Nerds 2.0.1.
Paul Sen has over twenty years experience directing and producing films for TV broadcasters around the world. Starting his career at the BBC, he has made films on a diverse range of subjects including Bollywood, the PC revolution, the social history of Britain and quantum physics.
Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview
2012, 70', video
Robert X. Cringely
John Booth, Clayton Moore
Debbie Hattingh, Sam Mangan
Robert X. Cringely, John Gau, Paul Sen
John Gau Productions
Festivals & Awards:
Tel Aviv International Documentary Festival 2012; Cambridge Film Festival 2012; CPH:DOX Copenhagen International Documentary Festival 2012; Rio Film Festival 2012; Stockholm International Film Festival 2012
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