As far as computing is concerned, things have changed a lot and fast. If you’re not convinced, check out this portrait of a 1980s man vs. computer chess tournament where the freaks meet up at a decadent, provincial hotel. Shot in black and white with a period Sony video camera, Computer Chess is a movie that’s as nerdy as it is delicious.
Boston, 1977. Studied film at Harvard. He is one of the most important names from the mumblecore movement. His movies have realistic overtones and a lot of dialogue. He also directed: Funny Ha Ha (02), Mutual Appreciation (03) and Beeswax (09).
Edition: 2013 Section: Noves Visions - Experimenta Original language: