True/False film festival: Your links to everything about the festival

Thursday, February 28, 2008 | 6:04 p.m. CST; updated 6:33 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008

COLUMBIA — The True/False film festival is in the books for 2008. What did you think about this year's festival? Tell us with a comment below.

While you were busy watching all those movies, Vox and the Missourian were covering the big event. Click the links below for blogs, news stories and video of True/False.

Video — Wrapping up True/False

Vox magazine blog — Live updates from the four-day festival

Overheard at the True/False film festival — What festivalgoers had to say about the event.

Interactive film schedule — Go here for all the who, what and when with True/False.

Vox magazine's True/False preview section — Learn all there is to know about the films, the festival and the people behind it all.

Festivalgoers — The Cherry Street Artisan was packed with film fans looking to buy tickets on Thursday.

True/False without a ticket — Tickets for the True/False Film Festival are limited, but the festival is offering a range of events that do not require tickets or passes to attend.

Documenting a weekend of documentary stories — The Missourian and Vox will be out in full force for the True/False Film Festival, but we want to hear from you about your experiences, too.

Columbia sees red — The red color scheme of the True/False Film Festival is helping tie the weekend together.

The eclectic ensemble — Mucca Pazza, a self-described “circus punk” marching band, is a crowd favorite. The group, whose name is Italian for “crazy cow,” was invited back to True/False this year after playing in 2007.

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