Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory

Daisey returns to TBA with the story of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, a real-life Willy Wonka whose obsessions have shaped our modern age. Tracing Jobs’ meteoric rise, Daisey reveals how in our lifetime controlling the interface has become the key to controlling the world itself. Breaking free of the virtual, Daisey follows the trail all the way to China, where millions of workers toil in factories to make iPhones and iPods in a world we pretend does not exist. A darkly hilarious tale of pride, beauty, lust, and industrial design, Daisey illuminates the war to control how we see the world, and the human price we are willing to pay for our technology.