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(The Movie about Steve) Jobs

Let's watch the movie about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

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  • Louise

    Running late! AGH!! (But anyone who knows me knows that there's nothing new and mysterious about that!) See ya in a little
    bit ~

    September 29, 2013

  • Lew

    The director, Joshua Michael Stern, was here during the ABQ Film Festival and I was the one to photograph the interview. Learned a lot of the behind the scenes information and what was left out of the movie, mainly a lot of Jobs drug use, although some was left in.

    2 · September 28, 2013

    • Lew

      Thanks for the kind comments. Although our pictures were posted during and shortly after the event, I never saw the video interviews posted and now it seems the still photos have been taken down in their zest to promote the 2014 show. I think it was a disservice to all the photographers, videographers, and sound people who did all that work to not keep up what was up and to put the videos online for posterity sake. We were supposed to get credit for our work, which they started to put up, and then even before they took the pictures down (which I didn't know until now) they had already removed our photo credit.

      September 28, 2013

    • Lew

      Just found they did a highlight video...there was about .5 second of Joshua Michael Stern, about 1.5 second of Wes Studi (Avatar, The Last of the Mohicans, et al), another event I shot, and other fraction of a second cuts from other events, but many other events didn't even get their .5 second of the highlight reel... Considering the fact I think a YouTube video can be 10 minutes, why they chose to make their video 3:08 and leave out so many people, sad, real sad.

      September 28, 2013

  • CindyOh

    Sorry guys; I really wanted to join you and see this movie. But I now have a family obligation I need to take care of Hopefully, next time!

    September 27, 2013

  • Nora B.

    I'll be out of town :) See ya next time

    September 27, 2013

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