By Sophia Savage | Indiewire May 2, 2012 at 2:50PM
"Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview," filmed in 1995 by Robert Cringely, has gone to Magnolia for US distribution beginning with a limited theatrical May 11, followed by a summer VOD and DVD release. The interview, in which Jobs discusses his early life, career highs and lows, as well as his visions for the future, will be shown unedited in its original form.
Magnolia's Eamonn Bowles calls the film fascinating for anyone interested in the icon's life: “It’s a valuable piece of history that has thankfully been rescued from obscurity.”
Cringely states, "We knew we were witnessing history being made back in 1995 but the Landmark audiences confirmed it [after screenings earlier this year]: they were stunned by our unconventional documentary, making this broader release a no-brainer. This is Steve Jobs as never seen before."
Here's the film's official site; trailer is below.