PHOTO GALLERY: True/False Film Fest volunteers prepare venues
Tuesday, February 28, 2012 | 7:01 p.m. CST
Volunteers work to get the Missouri United Methodist Church and Tiger Hotel ready for the True/False Film Fest, which begins Thursday and runs through Sunday in Columbia. Other film fest venues include The Blue Note, Ragtag Cinema and Jesse Hall.
Sound engineer Tyler Richardson, left, crew chief Michael Stroh and volunteer Matt Smith adjust a 15-foot projector screen on Tuesday at the Missouri United Methodist Church. The screens are to display video portraits of Columbia residents before each movie.
True/False volunteer Dave Dunstedter wraps tape around a beam that is to support a 15 foot projector screen on Tuesday at the Missouri United Methodist Church. Dunstedter drives from Rolla every year to volunteer for the film fest and has done so for seven years.
True/False volunteers Susan Maze and Tim Miller carry pipes through the lobby of the Tiger Hotel to the Forrest Theater on Tuesday. True/False named the theater to pay tribute to bassist and former Columbia Daily Tribune columnist, Forrest Rose.
Volunteer Sarah Goodnow makes adjustments to an art installation on Tuesday in a stairwell of the Missouri United Methodist Church. The installation is painted triangles of old True/False posters.
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