Steve Jobs (1955-2011) was an innovator, businessman and pioneer of personal computing. His vision and execution have pushed not only PC and personal device design, but the way we interact with technology on a whole. He’s been a huge influence in the (mt) offices (We are a Mac:) often inspiring the question, “How would Apple do this?”

Recently, a tape was recovered of what was thought to be a lost interview conducted by Bob Cringely in 1995. It has been decided this piece of history will be shared with you in a limited series of showings at Landmark Theatres around the US.

Your Chance to Win

The sold-out Los Angeles screenings are being held at the Regent Theater this Wednesday and Thursday. We have nine (9) pairs of tickets to giveaway for the 7:15PM showings (4 pairs for Wednesday and 5 pairs for Thursday). If you are interested in attending, simply comment below, specify the night you’d like to attend and we will draw nine (9) names at random. *Individuals may only win 1 pair of tickets each, and must live locally or be able to commute in to town for the showings.  We will leave comments open until 8am PST, tomorrow morning, Nov 15th.

A few of our team members will also be meeting up for some cocktails and conversation ahead of the showing.  Winners are welcome to join us!

Update: Comments are now closed! Congratulations to our lucky winners! We will email you all directly with details.
Wed:  Jackson, Celia, Gavin, Peter
Thur:  Kyle, Mike, David, William, Justin

About the Film

In 1995, during the making of his TV series Triumph of the Nerds about the birth of the PC, Bob Cringely did a memorable hour-long interview with Steve Jobs.

It was 10 years since Jobs had left Apple following a bruising struggle with John Sculley, the CEO he had brought into the company. At the time of the interview Jobs was running NeXT, the niche computer company he had founded after leaving Apple.

During the interview, Jobs was at his charismatic best – witty, outspoken, visionary. In the end, only a part of the interview was used in the series and the rest was thought lost. But recently a VHS copy was found in the series director’s garage. Now, cleaned up with modern technology, and put into context by Cringely, the entire interview will be screened in Landmark Theatres.

It is an interview that reveals the burning passion of Steve Jobs, a passion that would go on to give us the iMac, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad. As a tribute to an amazing man, Landmark is proud to be screening Steve Jobs – the Lost Interview.