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Steve Jobs' choices

Posted by 8bit generation (Creator)

Last summer we announced a new documentary "Firing Steve Jobs". The crowdfunding campaign was closed after just a couple of weeks: we received a lot of comments, ideas, and suggestions about this story. What we've understood is that a story so focused on that particular moment was too limited. So we've taken a step backward, stopped the campaign, and re-think the whole project. The core of this documentary is the incredible, heartbreaking series of interviews we shot with John Sculley, Mike Markkula, Steve Wozniak, Andy Hertzfeld (and many more!). They talk about Steve Jobs in a way that we've never heard before. We know that there are a lot of movies and documentaries about him, but we also know that no one can tell this story in such a deep, emotional and addictive way. So we've written a new script, shot some new material, and decided to start again with this project.

The new documentary is titled "Steve Jobs' Choices" and will tell the human side of some of the hardest and thought decisions of his professional career. In everyone's life, there are some key moments where we must face important choices. Turning points so important that will shape, forever, our lives. Steve Jobs has taken many important decisions and, understanding what there is behind them, we all can learn from his way of behaving. We have talked with his most important colleagues and friends to discover his thoughts, fears and aha moments. How he was driven by a vision and his ungovernable, wild and obsessive passion. And we have a story that must be told!

This is the address of the new campaign where you can read about the story, view the trailer and help us in bringing this documentary on your screen.

Thank you!

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    1. Frank Eivind Rundholt on

      It all sounds very good and interesting. But won't support until it fully funded because of the 'flexible goal' on Indigogo.