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True/False: Les Trois Coups

March 1, 2014 2:29 pm by

Their accents are dreamy, their lyrics are foreign, their instruments outnumber them and they caught our attention.

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True/False passes on sale now

November 15, 2013 4:00 pm by

True/False Film Fest tickets are on sale now. See what each pass can get you at this year’s festival.

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Fans and band crowded the lobby of the Missouri Theatre for True/False’s historically non-traditional closing night.

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Battling bartenders, tiny treats and mood-lifting music (pardon the alliteration) filled the fest-starting Jubilee gala at the Missouri Theatre.

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It’s only three weeks away. The organizers of True/False held an info session at the Columbia Public Library on Saturday where they answered questions, gave advice, and even leaked a few more film titles. Here’s everything you need to know.

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True/False Musicmaster Amanda Rainey talks this year’s buskers, showcases and most exciting bands. Get ready for a weekend of music brought you by punk marching bands, experimental cellists and down-home bluegrass buskers.

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T/F retrospective

March 4, 2012 9:39 pm by

With the final screenings rolling their credits soon, here are some notable hot and not-so hot moments from the past weekend.

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True/False concert schedule

February 13, 2012 10:41 am by

Although True/False is a film festival, they have plenty of concerts that are worth checking out. Here is your guide to concerts during the fest.

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With beers in hand, hundreds of True/False Film Fest attendees crowded into the Missouri Theatre’s lobby for the final hoorah Sunday night. Buskers Last Stand capped off the weekend by uniting musicians who had performed throughout the festival to play for those who weren’t quite ready to call it quits.

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Nature Walk busks on the corner of Cherry and Ninth during day two of True/False. Jack Grelle, vocals and guitar; Graham Miles, poor-man’s bass; and Tommy Sallings, guitar, say they will be playing again at 7 p.m. tonight at Lakota.

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