'MacHeads' film to debut at MacWorld

Documentary focusing on the development of the Apple and Mac cultures was shot, in part, at MacWorld 2007.

'MacHeads,' a movie about the Apple and Macintosh culture, is set to premiere at MacWorld on January 7, 2009. MacHeads

For the faithful planning to attend MacWorld 2009 next month in San Francisco, there's one more reason, beyond the usual iPhone, Mac and iPod news, to get excited.

That's because the producers of the Mac and Apple culture documentary, MacHeads , say they are going to debut the film at the show.

The film, which takes an in-depth look at the evolution of the so-called "cult of Mac," is scheduled to premiere on January 7, 2009, at Moscone Center's North Hall.

The producers noted that showing MacHeads for the first time at MacWorld is an appropriate thing to do, given that they shot the film's first reel at MacWorld 2007.

MacHeads features, among others, former Apple chief evangelist Guy Kawasaki, early employee Daniel Kottke, DigiBarn computer museum co-founder Bruce Damer, Inside Steve's Brain author Leander Kahney. and an introduction by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.

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