This Discovery University Production examines the making of a true cinema classic, the Stanley Kubrick-directed, Arthur C. Clarke-penned 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. An eerie and intense prediction of the future, the 1968 film brought Clarke's sci-fi vision to the big screen in epic proportions. In this program, film historians and artificial intelligence experts discuss the film's production and legacy. Clips from the film take on new meaning as biographers of Clarke and Kubrick offer commentary on the pair's collaboration, and the technical challenges that came into play during the film's creation. 2001: A SPACE Odyssey also features interviews with Sir Arthur C. Clarke himself. Special Features: Widescreen 2.20 Audio: Dolby Surround 5.1 English, French Runtime: 149 minutes Year of Release: 2002.