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Want To Appear In A Documentary About Apple? Here’s How.



Do you love Apple? No, really. I mean, do you looooooooooooooooove Apple? A new documentary traveling across Europe and the United States this summer wants to interview you.

According to producer Dimitri Kourtchine, the documentary film will be 52 minutes long, and examine Apple’s “brand, its fans, the enthusiasm and the criticism that it provokes around the word.” Fifty-two minutes doesn’t seem long enough to even begin to cover it, does it?

None the less, Dimitri and his crew will be traveling across Europe in May and America in June, looking to interview people who love Apple so much they want to get married in an Apple Store, or hate Apple so much they can’t even hear Steve Jobs’ name without punching something, or have created works of art on their iOS devices, or fired a Mac Pro into space.

Basically, if you are foam-at-the-mouth passionate about the subject of Apple — hate or love, it doesn’t matter — they want to talk to you and get you on film.

If you think you’re that kind of guy, you can email DImitri and his crew at appledocfilm at gmail dot com. Can’t wait to see some of you weirdos on screen when the documentary debuts later this year.


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