By Heather Adams
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Vox took to the streets of downtown Columbia to ask people attending the festival what films they had seen so far.
Festival-goers crowded into Missouri Theatre and stood shoulder to shoulder with friends and strangers alike to end the festival with a bang. Well, more like a banjo.
You've probably noticed a lot of people with Vox badges roaming the streets of downtown Columbia during the True/False Film Festival. What were they up to, you ask? Find out by taking a look at our overview of Vox's True/False coverage.
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Nobody seemed to know exactly why it’s called the “Weird Wake Up.”
Everything about the Blue Fugue is folksy –the brimming book shelves that line the walls, the intimate bar atmosphere, and the DIY woven paper decorations that adorn the otherwise bare, brown stage. So, it was appropriate that three folk duos would perform there Saturday night for the True/F…
The True/False Mojo's A-Go-Go showcase started out with sparse crowd of around 30 people, but it grew exponentially as the night went on.
We hit up the Q lines in Jesse Hall, the Missouri Theatre and The Blue Note to chat with some True/False film-goers. We presented them two questions:
Post written by Mike Pottebaum.
Downtown is a whirlwind of pedestrians, traffic, coffee and prices during True/False. When you're feeling sleepy, you just want something inexpensive from a coffeeshop. But unless you've been to every shop, you don't know the cheapest place you can get your fix.