COLUMBIA — The fourth and final day of the 10th True/False Film Fest comes to a close Sunday evening.
Some festivalgoers got an early start Sunday for the Weird Wake-up breakfast at the Old Fellows Lodge, and the festival ended with a reception and "Buskers Last Stand" on Sunday night at the Missouri Theatre.
Vox movie reviews
- "The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear"
- "Twenty Feet From Stardom"
- "The Act of Killing"
- "These Birds Walk"
- "Which Way is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington"
Vox reviewers will be attending every movie and panel throughout the weekend. Keep up with the reviews here.
Keep up with the True/False Film Fest
We're collecting the best of the social media conversation surrounding the festival. You can see the highlights here and join in by using the hashtag #truefalse on Twitter or Instagram.
Submit one-word movie reviews
- What one word best describes the movie you just saw? We're asking that question at the venues this weekend. See what moviegoers had to say and see how to contribute your own one-word review.
- Find out what was so weird about the Weird Wake Up breakfast that started the final day of the festival.
- Did you miss "Twenty Feet From Stardom" this weekend? It comes to theaters this summer.
- Find out what some the highest Q numbers were this weekend.
- The Creative Treatment of Reality panel discussed how reality television relates to documentaries. The producer of MTV’s "Jersey Shore" participated on the panel.