March 2, 2009
True/False ended its 2009 run with a reception dinner before the closing night film at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts on Sunday. Multiple buffet tables were set up around the theater featuring food from Addison's. Early estimates have ticket sales for the festival at 22,000, but exact counts won't be in until a few days after the festival.
Michel Scott, left, and Karen Gettinger converse at True/False's Closing Night Reception at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts on Sunday. Scott directed "Over the HIlls And Far Away" which was shown on Saturday at Macklanburg and again on Sunday at the Blue Note. The dinner allowed filmmakers to socialize with festival attendees.
Filmgoers exit the Missouri Theater after viewing "No Impact Man," directed by Laura Gabbert and Justin Schein.
Frankie Rose, left, listens as his wife, Ellen Rose, center, tells their financial management class about an experience with a creditor. Steven Blackburn, right, and Shelley Hey, front, also attended the class at Columbia Seventh-Day Adventist Church on Feb. 26.
Nicole and Steve Johnson, have two children, 2-year-old Raegan, and 4-month-old Layne. The Johnsons attended a seminar called “Managing Your Money” at Grace Bible Church, and as a result, have been meeting with a financial counselor to discuss retirement.
Jane Boles, left, and Keith Boles prepare dinner in their home Feb. 26. To adjust to the changing economy, the Boles plan on cutting back how much they spend on dining out each month.
Keith Boles, left, and Jane Boles sit down to dinner in their home Feb. 26. The Boles are participating in a financial planning class to help them cut back on unneccesary expenses.
Keith Boles, left, and Jane Boles work out their monthly budget Feb. 26. The Boles enrolled in the Financial Peace University class to help them organize their finances.
Kansas fans cheer on the Jayhawks in their men's basketball game against Missouri on March 1 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan. The Tigers lost 90-65.
Jayhawks fans at Sunday's Missouri-Kansas men's basketball game at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan. display an altered reproduction of "Tragic Prelude" a mural by artist John Steuart Curry. The original did not include the trophy the reproduction shows abolitionist John Brown holding in his right hand.
March 1, 2009
Kansas center Cole Aldrich, left, tries to stop Missouri forward Leo Lyons at the basket in their game March 1 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan.
Missouri's DeMarre Carroll tries to take the ball through a tough Kansas defense March 1 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan.
Kyle Busch kisses the track after winning the NASCAR Shelby 427 auto race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Russ Kremer is president of the Missouri Farmers Union.
Missouri's Kaitlyn Ritchie rallied to win her singles match against Oklahoma's Peta Maree Lancaster on Sunday. Ritchie is originally from Bartlesville, OK.
Kerri Shanks made a late decision to play basketball at Stephens College.
Senior Kerri Shanks plays point guard for Stephens College. "She has a different dimension than most point guards. Their job is to run the team and be the coach on court," coach Dane Pavlovich said. "Shanks has the ability to do that and distribute the ball, and she's also a good scorer. She's had some great performances with her teammates and individual ones as well."
Film director Robert Kenner and discussion leader Jason Silverman listen to a question from an audience member during the Q&A following the showing of Kenner's film "Food, Inc." at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts during the True/False Film Festival. The film will open in New York and Los Angeles in late Spring.
Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson shows his frustration in the Tigers' 90-65 loss March 1 at rival Kansas.
The Sour Mash Hug Band played for bus riders as they were taken from the Blue Note to the Bull Pen livestock barn. "Fiddle" Mike Hays, on accordion, "Bots" on snare drum, Shiri Goldsmith, on kazoo, and "Blu Beverage", not shown, on the sousaphone, played blue grass music for the duration of the bus ride.