Filmmakers have salvaged missing footage of an old interview late Apple visionary Steve Jobs gave 15 years ago and plan to screen it in theaters across America.
The film, 'Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview,' is from a conversation Mr Jobs filmed with author and producer Robert Cringely for the 1996 mini-series 'Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires.'
The show, about the origins of the personal computer industry and the discount jerseys emergence of Silicon Valley as a technology hub, was aired on PBS in the United States and Channel 4 in Britain.
Although Mr Jobs gave a 70-minute interview, only 10 minutes of it was ever aired.
When Mr Cringely was making the sequel, 'Nerds 2.0.1: cheap nhl jerseysA Brief History of the Internet,' he realised the copy of the interview had vanished.
'We lost all the raw footage completely,' Cringely told the LA Times in an interview.
Unbeknown to Mr Cringely, Paul Sen, who is the director of 'Triumph of the Nerds', had made a VHS copy of the interview and stored it in his garage at his home in London, where it was left to collect dust for almost 15 years
After the former Apple CEO died, aged 56 on October 5, Mr Sen found the footage.
The interview which was in nba jerseys cheap between Mr Jobs' stints at Apple, captures all sides of the complex visionary.
In it he reveals his bruised feelings over Apple firing him and lambasts rival Microsoft.
'He was great that day,' Mr Cringely told the NFL Jerseys Cheap LA Times, adding that Jobs' emotions are clearly on display.
'He was a cranky guy. I think we see that.'
There are also some lighter moments, including one in which Mr Jobs tells of a prank call he and a friend made to the Vatican, pretending to be Henry Kissinger and asking to speak with the pope.
Interest in the the man behind the Apple computer, iPod, cheap nfl jerseys iPhone and iPad has skyrocketed since he lost his lengthy battle with cancer last month.
A new biography of Mr Jobs by the former managing editor of Time magazine Walter Isaacson is on top of the bestseller list, and a '60 Minutes' show featuring a segment on the book drew almost 13 million viewers for CBS.
Mr Isaacson was given authorisation to write the book after Jobs gave his full cooperation to the project in his final days.
Experts have predicted the book is likely to make the top ten bestselling books of the year by the end of 2011.
As well as Los Angeles and New York, 'Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview' will be screened in Landmark Theaters in 17 cities around the country on November 16 and 17.