Year-Round Film Programs
Make and Study Films with True/False and Ragtag Cinema
Classroom Visits and Filmmaker Presentations
Want to have someone from our team come to talk about the fest in your class or at a group meeting? We’d be happy to! We can do a 5-10 minute presentation and answer questions about the festival.
Want to have one of our filmmaker guests visit your class? We'd love to arrange that too! T/F facilitates director visits and school-wide assemblies, and supports after-school film clubs and special events. Please contact email@example.com for details and to make a requests/arrangements.
T/F Boot Camp
Each year, a select group of high school students dive deeply into the True/False Film Fest and experience a weekend of exciting films, music, art, conversations, and workshops with a diverse crew of exceptional guests and local hosts. Based on their interests, Boot Campers choose their path through the festival - from music to art to journalism; they document their experience through writing, audio/video, interviews, or photography and share it with the community. Starting a couple months before the festival, the Boot Camp convenes to prepare for the fest, discuss relevant issues, share research, and plot their course. The Boot Camp brings together students with varying interests a way to access the fest. Applications are distributed in all the public high schools each fall. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
T/F & Ragtag Cinema
- Boot Camp participants as well as all T/F volunteers can attend any T/F films at Ragtag for free for one year following the fest, with their pass.
- Sign up for the Ragtag newsletter to stay up to date with special events.
- Free field trips specially designed for students and teachers.
- Bulk student tickets for public screenings at Ragtag. email email@example.com
- Student Membership
- Summer Film Camp with Jon Westhoff. email firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Film Clubs
Hickman High School: Brett Kirkpatrick, Jeff Devero, Nicole Overeem
Rock Bridge High School: Abigail Trescott, Jake Giessman, David Bones
Battle High School: Daniel Gammon
Douglass High School: Laura Bolerjack
Columbia Area Career Center: Jeff Cochran
Or, please contact Jon Westhoff at Ragtag Cinema: email@example.com
CAT TV (Columbia Access Television)
Columbia Access Television is an independent Community Media Center that empowers our community members and local nonprofits to share their diverse voices using video & media technology. CAT TV is a veteran sponsor of the festival and provides training, space, and equipment for our filmmaking programs.