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PHOTO GALLERY: True/False Film Fest fans participate in March March parade

Friday, March 2, 2012 | 10:16 p.m. CST; updated 2:51 p.m. CST, Thursday, February 7, 2013

Participants of True/False Film Fest's March March parade walked down the streets of downtown Columbia on Friday. The parade, which started at the Boone County Courthouse Square and ended at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts, featured participants who wore various costumes such as robots, tie-dyed hula hoopers, disco dancers and more.

Rose Barkley, a junior MU fine arts major, walks with friends down Ninth Street in the True/False March March parade on Friday. The parade featured a mix of robots, tie-dyed hula hoopers and disco dancers.
Hannah Sims peeks out from under her cardboard robot costume at the True/False Film Fest March March parade on Friday. The parade started at the Boone County Courthouse Square and moved its way down Ninth Street to end in front of the Missouri Theatre.
Julian Crook, 3, gains a better view of the festivities from the shoulders of his father, Matt Crook, at the True/False Film Fest March March parade on Friday. The festival officially began on Wednesday with the Eastside Showcase at Eastside Tavern and will continue through the weekend featuring music and films at various venues throughout Columbia.
Michelle Windmoeller dances to Abba's "Dancing Queen" at the Boone County Courthouse Square before the True/False Film Fest March March parade started on Friday. The parade's jugglers, dancers and musicians made their way down Ninth Street to finish in front of the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts.
Silvoni Sanders, 5, soaks up the spotlight as a crowd forms around his break-dancing at the end of the True/False Film Fest March March parade on Friday on Ninth Street. "He loves music," Monique Allen, Silvoni's mother, said.
Amanda Prasuhn, left, and Vanessa Meuir watch as people form a circle around dancers in the middle of Ninth Street at the conclusion of the True/False Film Fest March March parade on Friday.
Bruce Jenkins stands in front of the columns at the Boone County Courthouse before the start of the True/False March March parade. Jenkins insisted that his costume was not Elvis, as other marchers assumed, but Norman from Utah.

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