Ok, so everyone knows that since Steve Jobs passed, everybody has been digging up information on him, but one thing has been missing since 1995. In 1995 PBS did an interview in the miniseries Triumph of the Nerds. Only 10 minutes of the 70 minute interview was used. All of the raw footage was lost. The missing footage has been found on a VHS copy of the interview that was stored in the documentary director’s garage. It had been sitting there collecting dust for years.
In two weeks, this lost interview will be shown in movie theaters in only 19 cities for a limited time only. Below is a link to more info on Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview.
The Lost Interview (More info.)
Here is a link to the cities and theaters in which it will be shown:
19 Cities and Theaters
Meanwhile, there has been more "lost" footage dug up with Steve. Below is a link to a 50 minute interview that has been lost and recently been published on YouTube:
Another Lost Interview
Now, for all of you who cry wolf, fear NOT, Sony Pictures is still going to be releasing a Steve Jobs movie based on Walter Issacson's biography, though no release date has been set. Below is a link to more info on the Steve Jobs movie:
Steve Jobs (Sony Pictures Movie)
"The doers are the major thinkers."
-Steven Paul Jobs