THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Columbia celebrates Lt. Bruce Britt, True/False Fest

Sunday, March 2, 2014 | 6:15 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — The central theme for this week in photos is celebrating life. Lt. Bruce Britt's life was honored at a memorial service and procession, and the True/False Film Fest attracted characters from all across the country.

Katie Bell captured Fire Department Battalion Chief Brad Frazier sharing memories of Lt. Bruce Britt during a press conference."If he wasn't wearing his uniform he was wearing a cowboy hat," Frazier said.

This photo by Andrew Schriver shows Jimmy Whitt, Hickman junior point guard, who is one of the most recruited high school players from Columbia. He has received scholarship offers from 12 colleges and is one of the school's leading scorers.

During the procession for Columbia firefighter Lt. Bruce Britt, photographer Alex Scott captured these children standing in a line while the firetruck passed.

After becoming a pastor at a church in Bend, Ore., Dale Larison is now a cowboy preacher at the Gateway to the High Country Cowboy Church in Columbia. This photo by Shelby Feistner shows Larison delivering a sermon at the church he started.

Photographer John Farmer De La Torre took this photograph of Liz Doubet dancing at Tonic during True/False Film Fest's @ction! party.

Photographer Marissa Weiher found King Tut (Joe Bindbeutel) and Cleopatra (Chris Carpenter) at the True/False masquerade gala at the Missouri Theatre. The festival showcased 46 documentary films and shorts from Thursday to Sunday evening.

Characters also showed up to the March March parade for the True/False Film Fest. Emma Walcott-Wilson dressed up as Sailor Earth from the "Sailor Moon" television series, captured by Sarah Rothberg.

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