Los Angeles CA — "Welcome to Macintosh — The documentary for the rest of us" will be presented for one night only during the week of "Macworld" 2009 in San Francisco. On Thursday, January 8th a special "Macworld Exclusive" version of the film will be presented on the big screen, with Guy Kawasaki, Jim Reeks, Ron Wayne and others on hand for Q&A after the film.
"Macworld is a landmark event for Apple and Mac fans around the world and we are excited to present the film to such an international audience," says Rob Baca, Co-director of the film. "We feel honored to have Guy, Jim and Ron attending the screening. It promises to be a lot of fun for everyone," adds Josh Rizzo, Co-director of the film.
In addition, a special segment of "Welcome to Macintosh" in which the interviewees speak about what Apple may be like without Steve Jobs is now available on YouTube.
"Recently there has been a lot of discussion about what the future might hold for Apple, especially post-Steve Jobs" says Baca. "We asked the same questions in our interviews for the film and were quite surprised by the answers we received!"
"Welcome to Macintosh" will be presented at Sundance Kabuki Cinemas. San Francisco's premiere venue for independent film. Sundance Cinemas is part of the Sundance family of businesses created by Robert Redford which includes the Sundance Institute, Film Festival, Channel, Resort and Preserve.
Attendees will also be able to purchase the Welcome to Macintosh DVD on site or receive a discount when purchased online through FilmBaby. The filmmakers recently announced that the DVD contains a DRM Free Digital Bonus Version in addition to over three hours of extras.
Seating is limited and selling fast. Tickets are available online via BrownPaperTickets (link below). Doors open at 7pm. Show starts at 7:30pm. Refreshments will be available in the lobby.
Thursday: January 8th @ 7:00pm
Sundance Kabuki Cinemas
1881 Post Street at Fillmore
San Francisco, CA 94115
With acceptance in five international film festivals, "Welcome to Macintosh" is reaching its goal of bringing the story of Apple and the Macintosh to the new generation of Mac, iPhone and iPod users around the world. More information on the film including participation on social networks such as NING, FaceBook, MySpace and Twitter, visit Welcome To Macintosh website.
Welcome to Macintosh — The documentary for the rest of us, is the first documentary of its kind to mix history, criticism and an unapologetic revelry of all things Apple into a movie experience. The film explores the early years of Apple, the many challenges Apple has faced, and what the future may hold for the company and its products. Ex-Apple employees, engineers and community members offer insight on the company's innovations, failures, cultural impact and what the future may be like beyond the reign of its co-founder Steve Jobs. Interviews include notable Apple personalities Andy Hertzfeld, co-creator of the original Macintosh, Guy Kawasaki, long time Mac evangelist, Leander Kahney, author of the book Cult of Mac, Jim Reekes, creator of the Macintosh start-up sound and Ron Wayne, original co-founder of the Apple Computer Company. Welcome to Macintosh is an independent motion picture and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple Inc. Macintosh, iPod and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Apple without Steve Jobs (YouTube)
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