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'Lost interview' with Jobs to screen in Palo Alto

Old VHS tape found in film director's garage following Apple co-founder's death last month

A "lost interview" with the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will be screened in Palo Alto Nov. 16 through Nov. 22.

The 70-minute interview, 10 minutes of which were aired in a 1996 miniseries "Triumph of the Nerds: The Rise of Accidental Empires" will be shown at 17 Landmark theaters across the country under the title "Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview," the Los Angeles Times reported.

"Triumph of the Nerds" director Paul Sen retrieved a VHS tape of the Jobs interview from his garage after Jobs' died Oct. 5, the Times said. The interview was conducted between Jobs' two stints at Apple.

The screening in most theaters will be for Nov. 16 and 17, but will be extended to a seven-day run at the Aquarius Theatre in Palo Alto, a spokeswoman said.

Screening times should be available starting Monday, she said.

— Palo Alto Online staff

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