The Commodore Story - transatlantic screening event

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The Commodore Story is a cram-packed two-hour documentary film that will take us through Commodore's evolution from the 1970s to the 1990s, from the PET, VIC-20, Commodore 64 to the Amiga and beyond, including the very rare Commodore 65 and the wave of new Commodore-related products that are hitting the market today.

At TNMOC on 23 February 2018 starting at 6pm.


Often overlooked by Apple and IBM, The Commodore Story aims to set the record straight and show how important Commodore was in the computer revolution. The film clearly shows the positive influence Commodore has given to the world over the years - and reveals the real story about Commodore's decline.

There is nostalgia as the film interviews many former Commodore & Amiga engineers and staff, games-makers, magazine publishers who tell their stories from past and present.

The film features Commodore and Amiga legends Leonard Tramiel, Dave Haynie, Michael Tomczyk, Greg Berlin, Randell Jesup, Hedley Davis and Ronald Nicholson and many more.

The TNMOC screening will be part of a worldwide screening, featuring a link-up with The Computer History Museum in California's Silicon Valley and a live Q&A with the Director.

The film is about to be released on Blu-Ray, but the TNMOC screening will include additional footage not available on forthcoming release.

Refreshments available.


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