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14th year of True/False = 37 feature films, 22 short films, 12 concerts, 5 parties, 52400 tickets sold, 72 filmmakers, 142 musicians, and 1 parade

Brick wall with lighted sign reading all that is possible is real.

opens in a new windowMovies and music: It’s time for the True/False Film Fest in Columbia, MO | Kevin Wierzbicki | AXS.com

opens in a new windowFive Reasons You Can’t Miss True/False | Megan McConachie | CoMO Living

opens in a new windowTrue/False art ‘sparks an interaction’ | Gracie Sands | MOVE Magazine

opens in a new windowThree Genre-Expanding Documentaries about Racist Crimes of the Past | Richard Brody | The New Yorker

opens in a new windowTrue/False Film Fest: Ferguson film ‘Whose Streets?,’ from the people who filled them | Steven Zeitchik | Los Angeles Times

opens in a new windowTrue/False 2017 in photos | Vox Staff | Vox Magazine 

opens in a new windowTrue/False Film Festival 2017 | Vikram Murthi | RogerEbert.com

opens in a new windowThe True/False Film Fest 2017 | Kevin Wierzbicki | rocknworld.com

opens in a new windowRelease dates for the True/False films you missed | Zach Van Epps | Vox Magazine

opens in a new window7 documentaries from the True/False Film Festival that challenge how we perceive reality | Alissa Wilkinson | Vox

opens in a new windowTrue/False Film Fest reels in bigger audience | Lauren Lombardo | Columbia Missourian 

opens in a new windowTrue/False Film Fest 2017: The Complete Vox Guide | Jenna Allen | Vox Magazine 

opens in a new windowTrue/False 2017 Critic’s Notebook 1: Resistance and Futility | Vadim Rizov | FilmmakerMagazine.com

opens in a new windowHeart and Form in the Midwest: The Best of the 2017 True/False Film Festival | Jordan M. Smith | Nonfics.com


Don’t miss next year’s opens in a new windowTrue/False Film Fest  – March 1-4, 2018