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Indie Movie “Welcome to Macintosh” Makes It to iTunes



We’re big fans of the unauthorized doc “Welcome to Macintosh” — a true love letter to the history of Apple and its community.

Now this indie film is available on iTunes.

Well, it’s also available on Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, Netflix etc., but we love the idea that what is a totally handmade film (tagline: “a documentary for the rest of us”) is now worthy of being sold by Apple.

As the filmmakers say:

“Make no mistake, this film is about as independent as you can get. No studio, no bankroll, just two dedicated Apple fans and their credit cards,  says Rob Baca, one of the film’s co-directors. “The result has been life-changing for the both of us,” adds Josh Rizzo, co-director of the film. “We have received a lot of support from members of the Mac Community and we could not have done this without them.”

That said, if you show a few non-Mac people, or non-computer people, this flick I’d wager a beverage of choice they will find it engaging and entertaining.

Even if you can name all the Macsperts in the trailer below, you’ll probably find it worth your while…


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