Andrew Bujalski is a longtime filmmaker. This year, the True False Film Festival includes Bujalski’s latest film – Computer Chess. It’s a fictional movie set 30 years ago. It focuses on Chess Software Programmers competing in a weeknd tournament.
Bujalski is best known for creating the “mumblecore” genre with his 2002 film “Funny Ha Ha.”
Mumblecore films are generally low-budget and focus on the mundane existence of early adult life. Bujalski joins us from Austin Texas. He tells KBIA Producer Scott Pham more about his newest work.