Available now, In Search of Silicon Valley is a movie that looks at the birth of the tech industry.
It's been a year to the day since the movie project was anounced. Now the film is available on DVD.
The film tells the story of three friends' personal journey into the psyche of Silicon Valley, when in September of 2004 they swapped London for California, spending one month visiting and talking to many of the valley's heavyweights and biggest personalities.
The film records chats with some of the valley's leading luminaries, including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Adobe co-founder John Warnock.
Guy Kawasaki, Sandy Miranda, Andy Hertzfeld, Dan Kottke, and the late Jef Raskin also talk in the documentary, which has been directed by Steve O'Hear and produced by Fleeta Siegel.
As well as the main documentary, the DVD contains 30 minutes of additional interviews.
Unfortunately it is presently available only in the NTSC format, but the DVD should play on any European DVD player, the film makers assured Macworld.