True/False Film Fest 2014
The Q Queens at the True/False Film Fest keep the peace and keep hopeful filmgoers entertained at each venue. Pam Jordan, the Q Queen at the Globe Theater, quickly took to her role during her first year volunteering for the festival.
Fans of documentary film got a chance to pick the brains of filmmakers and chat them up personally at the True/False Film Fest Filmmaker Fete on Saturday evening at PS Gallery.
True/False Film Fest volunteers worked to transform a church's gymnasium into the theater venue that festivalgoers have been watching films in this weekend. The Picturehouse is the biggest nontraditional theater venue the festival uses.
March March, the kickoff parade for the True/False Film Fest, featured participants dressed in brightly colored costumes who danced down Ninth Street on Friday.
The True/False Film Fest opened Thursday night with costumes, food and drinks.
Contribute your own one-word movie review during True/False.
True/False Film Fest's founders, David Wilson and Paul Sturtz, explore the middle ground between nonfiction and fiction storytelling in this year's festival.
Forrest Theater is one of the eight venues at the True/False fest this year. True/False lighting director Mitch Sawicki helped prepare the theater in the ballroom of the Tiger Hotel on Monday.
Eight volunteers are designing and preparing the space, near Hitt Street and Broadway, for its official opening at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
A user-friendly guide to the ins and outs of Columbia's renowned film festival.
Thirty-nine films were selected for the festival, which will take place from Feb. 27 to March 2. Four of those films were chosen for secret screenings.
The film festival will receive $25,000 a year for the next three years from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to fund its Neither/Nor series.
Columbia's True/False Film Fest was listed along with experiences such as diving the Great Barrier Reef, attending the Winter Olympics and visiting the Mangum Rattlesnake Derby.
Cyclists and True/False Film Fest enthusiasts took part in the fourth annual Boone Dawdle on Saturday. An estimated 425 participants and 75 volunteers supported the event, which raised money for the film festival.