No one has ever documented the world of tic-tac-toe. So passionate filmmaker Illysia Urbana-Damas, aka “IUD,” is determined to do just that. Her documentary will do for tic-tac-toe what “Free Solo” did for rock climbing, or “Pumping Iron” did for body building, what “On Any Sunday” did for dirt biking… okay, okay, so this is tic-tac-toe, so we get it, maybe not. But still, as Russian champion Boris Semenov prepares to defend his title against mercurial Konrad Kopelinsky, the enfant terrible genius who lives only for the sport and in the basement of his mother’s house, the drama promises to be compelling. Experts are predicting that this will be the greatest match in the history of the game (although there is no recorded history). A mockumentary that goes off the rails from the very start, “Tic-Tac-Woe” is a certifiably wacky and hilarious parody about sports and indie filmmaking. Writer: Eric Nemoto. Pages: 70.