In October, the film Steve Jobs will open to a wide audience, and those behind the film hopes it keeps the glowing reviews it’s already adopted through film festivals to date.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has taken to Facebook to talk about all that’s good and all that’s bad with the new Steve Jobs movie. Woz also touches upon the early days of Apple and John Sculley’s leadership, which helped save the original Macintosh — and Apple.
For anyone who saw the JOBS film several years ago, the one that starred Ashton Kutcher in the titular role, there’s already plenty of reasons to be looking forward to that “other” Steve Jobs film.
In October, the cinemas will be delivered another film about the co-founder and former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs. This film is simply entitled, Steve Jobs, and we finally have our first look at the official poster.
At Apple events, when Steve Jobs was on stage and the event was nearing its completion, the world became aware of a simple, yet striking phrase. And now Swatch wants to trademark it.
It’s just been announced that the biopic focused on Steve Jobs will be the Closing Night film at this year’s BFI London Film Festival. But what about fans of the opera?
Films are no strangers to festivals, and it looks like the biopic centered around Apple’s former CEO, Steve Jobs, is more than willing to make the rounds.