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Steve Jobs

2015 | 122 min | K-7 | biography, drama

Steve Jobs takes the audience behind the scenes of the digital revolution and paints an intimate portrait of the man at its center. The film takes place behind the scenes of three historic product launches, ending in 1998 and the launch of the iMac. Michael Fassbender plays Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple and a pioneer in his field.

The supporting roles include Kate Winslet as the company’s marketing director, Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak and Jeff Daniels as Apple CEO John Sculley. Oscar® winner Danny Boyle is responsible for directing. Academy Award® winner Aaron Sorkin wrote the film based on the bestselling biography by Walter Isaacson. (Source: Film Chamber)

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About the movie

Keywords

  • entrepreneurship
  • Ethics
  • informational
  • media education
  • power
  • rolemodels
  • social media
  • thought awakening

Educational levels

  • high schools and vocational schools
  • middle schools

Genres

  • biography
  • drama

Playlists

  • based on true events
  • growth story

Age limits

  • K-7

Studios

  • Universal Pictures

For media educator

The film offers a fascinating glimpse into the history of digital development, information society and computers. The picture of the times created with Pieteit especially inspires those who are fond of retro aesthetics. The film also helps to understand the business logic of the business world behind the digital revolution and the development of the information society, and what different skills and insights are required to create world-changing products.

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