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PHOTO GALLERY: True/False Film Fest returns for ninth year

Thursday, March 1, 2012 | 12:04 a.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Volunteers are preparing for the ninth edition of the True/False Film Fest, where attendees can see 40 different films on seven screens, all in the downtown area. This year's festival runs Thursday through Sunday.

Camellia Cosgray and Glenn Rice wait for material to arrive at First Presbyterian Church to begin setting up for the True/False Film Fest. The festival begins Thursday.
Volunteers for True/False Film Fest help unload a paper mache buffalo at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening.
Ben Falby passes black curtains to volunteers at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening. Falby has been volunteering for True/False Film Fest for four years.
Abigail Simpson, a Stephens College student, helps set up at First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening. The church will be one of the venues housing films and documentaries for this year's True/False Film Fest.
Peter Nargard helps hang drapes inside First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening for the upcoming True/False Film Fest.

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