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PHOTO GALLERY: Cleaning up after the True/False Film Festival

Monday, March 7, 2011 | 8:37 p.m. CST; updated 9:09 p.m. CST, Monday, March 7, 2011
Larry Starke sweeps the sidewalk on Ninth Street on Monday morning. Even though the True/False Film Festival brought thousands of festival goers downtown over the weekend, Starke said the aftermath was not different from any other Monday. "It always takes about five hours to clean up on Monday mornings," he said.

COLUMBIA — A throng of volunteers helped the True/False Film Festival entertain and enlighten thousands of moviegoers over the weekend.

Their jobs, though, didn't stop when the movies did. Many volunteers spent Monday cleaning up after the weekend's festivities.

True/False volunteer Marie Kerl rolls up the paper tree decorations that were hanging on the walls of the Tiger Ballroom at the Tiger Hotel during the breakdown of the venue Monday morning.
Jason Schaufele carries a box of party decorations out of the Forge and Vine during the cleanup of the venue Monday. The Forge and Vine hosted the True/False volunteer and the directors' parties over the weekend.
Britt Hultgren takes down the paper tree decorations that were hanging on the walls of the Tiger Ballroom at the Tiger Hotel on Monday morning.
Beer kegs, velvet rope, and "Q" signs line the stairs and the wall of the Blue Note on Monday. The Blue Note was one of the venues of the True/False Film Festival.
True/False volunteer Becky Rowson and volunteer party coordinator Jessica Birnbaum take a break from cleaning up at the Forge and Vine on Monday.

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