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Another ‘lost interview’ is hitting movie theaters in a few weeks…


A lost 70-minute interview from 1995, featuring Steve Jobs and journalist Robert Cringley, has just reappeared and will be shown in select theaters as STEVE JOBS: THE LOST INTERVIEW.

The film, which is described as the “best TV interview Jobs ever gave,” will screen at select Landmark Theaters in 19 U.S. cities on November 16 & 17.

The footage was originally filmed for the “Triumph of the Nerds” PBS miniseries, but was lost when the master tapes disappeared in shipping. Only ten minutes of the footage were aired during the series, but an unedited copy of the entire interview was recently found in London and has been restored and enhanced. The interview is described as “a moment in time” because it shows Apple’s co-founder during his ‘wilderness years.’

The film is produced by Paul Sen and is not yet rated.   Here is Triumph of the Nerds, below are screenings:

According to Landmark, the film will play in the following cities and theaters in its cinema chain:

NEW YORK –Sunshine

LOS ANGELES – Regent

SAN FRANCISCO – Opera Plaza

BERKELEY – Shattuck

PALO ALTO – Aquarius ** this venue will be only a seven-day engagement, Nov. 16-22

SEATTLE – Metro

SAN DIEGO – Hillcrest

DENVER – Esquire

DALLAS – Magnolia

HOUSTON – River Oaks

MINNEAPOLIS- Lagoon

CHICAGO – Century

INDIANAPOLIS – Keystone

BOSTON – Kendall

PHILADELPHIA – Ritz Bourse

WASHINGON, D.C. – E Street

BALTIMORE – Harbor East

ATLANTA – Midtown

MILWAUKEE – Oriental

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