‘Computer Chess’, a story about chess-playing machines that screened at Sundance, gets its first trailer
The mindset of individuals who play chess has always been a fascinating one, even more so in the case of those who play it at a high level. The battle between man and machine when it comes to a cerebral game like chess has thus captivated audiences, and been made into the subject of its fair share of documentaries and feature films. The latest person to tackle the idea is filmmaker Andrew Bujalski in his latest endeavour, titled Computer Chess. The first trailer for the feature, which is entirely in black and white, and used cameras form 1969 to shoot its footage, has now been released, and can be seen below.