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STEVE JOBS: THE LOST INTERVIEW

United Kingdom 2011, 70 min, English, Hebrew subtitles

Steve Jobs did not grant many interviews. In 1995 he agreed to an hour long television interview, but only a few minutes were broadcast. The original interview was thought to be lost, but a year ago a VHS copy resurfaced by series creator Robert Cringely who now presents the full interview. Other than explaining the interview’s background, Cringely lets Jobs do the talking. Jobs describes how he founded “Apple”, became one of the youngest millionaires in the world, and was fired due to internal conflicts. A few months after this interview, Jobs returned to “Apple”, this time as CEO. He describes with intelligence and enthusiasm his technological and business vision that would later on revolutionize the world media market.

STEVE JOBS: THE LOST INTERVIEW website

Director: Paul Sen
Production: John Gau, Bob Cringely
Production Company: John Gau Productions
Script: Bob Cringely
Editing: Nic Stacey
Cinematography: John Booth, Clayton Moore
Print Source: Films Transit (johnnadai@filmstransit.com)Director CV
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Paul Sen has over twenty years experience in television. Starting his career at the BBC, he has made films on a diverse range of subjects including Bollywood, life in Japan, dance culture, plane building, the social history of Britain and quantum physics.
He has worked for and with all the major UK broadcasters. He has filmed all over the world, self-shooting many of his own films.

Career highlights include: Light Fantastic, Atom and Science and Islam for BBC 4, Triumph of the Nerds for Channel 4 and PBS, Death by Excess for Sky, Seven Ages of Britain, The Last Nazi Secret and Cromwell, New Model Englishman for Channel 4.
Paul takes particular pride in being a keen supporter of new talent – both in front of and behind the camera.

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