"Chess is a game of war without Violence." Touch and Go Chess Party is an experimental documentary on Cecil Locke and his 26 foot long 200 pound collapsible chess table located on Michigan Avenue in Chicago Illinois. He has set up outside of the art institute 6 days a week from April to November since 1998.
Not only is Touch and Go Chess Party a unique street art installation, but also a staple of the chess community and passersby alike.
Official Selection:
Chicago OnScreen Film Festival
Collected Voices Film Festival
*Best of Fest Shorts Winner
Georgia Documentary Film Festival
*Best Micro Short Documentary Nominee
Dox on the Fox: Short Documentary Film Festival
Mosaic World Film Festival
Chicago Southland Film Festival
*Best Documentary Short Nominee
*Best College Short Nominee
KINNO Moscow
Short Film Factory​​​​​​​
Short to the Point
Rolling Ideas
Ancient Way Film Festival
Cheap Thrills Zero Budget Film Festival
TKEs in Film Showcase 2019
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