The man responsible for creating Pixar out of a failing graphics company
Lawrence Levy was headhunted by Steve Jobs to make Pixar a success.
In 1994, Pixar was a little-known graphics company that was losing money by the minute.
But when Jobs put Levy in charge, Pixar went on to change the entertainment industry landscape forever.
Levy told Denis Walter it all started when Jobs saw a picture of him in a magazine.
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Lawrence Levy is telling his story at the National Gallery of Victoria on Thursday 16 November.