Roger Ebert Interviews Arthur C. Clarke at NCSA's Cyberfest
Special | 27m 31s
Film critic Roger Ebert interviews author Arthur C. Clarke, who wrote "2001: A Space Odyssey." The interview was featured at "Cyberfest ‘97,” a gala celebration at the University of Illinois. In "2001: A Space Odyssey," the evil computer "HAL" is said to have been born in Urbana in 1997. The event marked HAL's fictitious birth, and celebrated the U of I's contributions to the computer revolution.
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