February 28, 2010
Connie Hyman, Laura Rothkopf, Erick Stoll and Kasey Lane Hosp (left to right) enjoy food while talking about the different films they were able to see at the True/False closing night reception held at the Missouri Theatre on Sunday.
Evan Mckinney catches a pass during a rugby drill at Cosmo Park on Sunday. CoMo Home wreckers are an aspiring rugby team attempting bring together men and women for informal rugby scrimmages every Sunday.
A round-up of photos from True/False film festival.
A look back at the last week of February, including photos from week two of the Vancouver Olympics, True/False Film Festival, an earthquake in Chile, college basketball and a local winemaker.
February 27, 2010
Jack Kropf, 10, of St. Joseph watches the Tigers lose to the Wildcats during the last 30 seconds of play.
Missouri senior guard Zaire Taylor dribbles the ball around Kansas State junior guard Dominique Sutton.
Kansas State senior forward Luis Colon shoots against Missouri sophomore center Steve Moore during the first half of the Tigers' game Saturday in Manhattan, Kan.
Audience members Justin Gregory (left), Pat Barnes, and Steve Robertson* yell their responses to whether a film is true or false at the Gimme Truth! game show, held at the Blue Note on Saturday.
Host Johnny St. John explains the rules of the Gimme Truth! game show at the Blue Note on the Saturday.
The Invention of Dr. NakaMats director Kaspar Astrup Schröder and composer Silas Hite get the crowd to pose for a picture during the Q&A session after a showing of The Invention of Dr. NakaMats. Schröder said he takes pictures of each crowd after they view the film, and sends the pictures to Dr. NakaMats, the film's main character.
Timothy Speed Levitch discusses the idea of public spaces in front of the locked gates of an outdoor art exhibit next to the Boone County Bank on Broadway during the True/False walking tour on Saturday. Levitch, who lives in New York City, relates this space to Central Park and patrons added pieces of information to put together the history of the space.
Missouri forward Jessra Johnson and guard Jasmyn Otote battle for a rebound with Nebraska's Cory Montgomery, center, during the Tigers' loss Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
True/False attendees Matt Dreier(left) and Whitney Spivey wait for a showing of the The Invention of Dr. Nakamats at The Blue Note on Saturday. Crowds packed The Blue Note for the afternoon showing, with many viewers settling for cramped standing room.
Timothy Speed Levitch leads his tour up Ninth Street towards Broadway while Gabriel Williams carries Levitch’s folding stool during the True/False walking tour of Columbia on Friday. Walking from the Box Office at Ninth Street and Cherry Street to Broadway and Eighth Street and back, the tour was short but covered landmarks such as an alley, a building and artwork.
Timothy Speed Levitch talks about the architecture of the new City Hall and the contrast between it and the old building while Alexis Bloom and Jasmine Dellal listen at the corner of Broadway and Eighth Street during the True/False walking tour of Columbia, on Friday. Levitch focused the majority of his lecture on the contrast between the old and new architecture on Broadway and, mainly, the new government building.
AV equipment sits ready for a showing of The Invention of Dr. Nakamats at the Blue Note on Saturday. The film takes a documentary look at the life of the man who invented the floppy disk.
Aaron DeFoe and Liz DeFoe-Thomas on Friday hold signs protesting the red-light cameras on the corner of Providence Road and Broadway. Liz DeFoe-Thomas is a member of Liberty on the Rocks, a national organization that she said is "focused on individual liberty."
This list of frequently asked questions is distributed at presentations on the school bond issue that will come up for a vote April 6.
Timothy Speed Levitch explains the History of Alley A and its informal former name "Historic Clown Alley" during his walking tour of Broadway on Saturday. The tour, part of the True/False Film Fest, focused on little known facts about downtown Columbia and personal stories from Levitch.