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Computer Chess L.A. Premiere Screening and After Party Tonight Sponsored by Under the Radar

Acclaimed Film, Director Q&A, Free Drinks, Free Magazines, and Karaoke

Aug 02, 2013

Indie film Computer Chess has already opened in New York to rave reviews from The New York TimesVillage VoiceThe A.V. ClubNPR, and others. Tonight the drama is opening in Los Angeles and Under the Radar is sponsoring a premiere screening and exclusive after party. Director Andrew Bujalski will be in attendance and there'll be free drinks, free magazines, and karaoke. More

Computer Chess L.A. Premiere Screening and After Party This Friday Sponsored by Under the Radar

Acclaimed Film, Director Q&A, Free Drinks, Free Magazines, and Karaoke

Jul 31, 2013

Indie film Computer Chess has already opened in New York to rave reviews from The New York TimesVillage VoiceThe A.V. ClubNPR, and others. This Friday the drama is opening in Los Angeles and Under the Radar is sponsoring a premiere screening and exclusive after party. Director Andrew Bujalski will be in attendance and there'll be free drinks, free magazines, and karaoke. More


Interviews

Andrew Bujalski

Fantasy Refuge

Aug 02, 2013

When we last spoke with writer/director Andrew Bujalksi four years ago, in conjunction with the theatrical release of his third feature film, Beeswax, the Austin-based filmmaker said that he didn't have a strong sense of what his next project would be. But, as it turns out, the idea for his fourth feature, Computer Chess, had been floating around in his head at the time. The film is set circa 1980 and revolves around a group of chess software programmers who have converged on a hotel for a weekend computer chess tournament.  More

Andrew Bujalski

Interview with the writer/director of Beeswax

Aug 10, 2009

With his third feature film Beeswax, Bujalski abandons the lighthearted romantic miscues that lent humor to his first two films, in favor of slow-building dramatic tension. More

Andrew Bujalski

Writer and director of Mutual Appreciation

Sep 01, 2006

Instead of riding into Hollywood with his enviable press clippings in tow, Bujalski directed his second feature, Mutual Appreciation, in Brooklyn in October 2003. More