We’ve built a collection of press coverage of True/False 2015.
Slate critic Dana Stevens hosted an in-depth conversation with filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer as part of the Based on a True Story Conference. This was later distilled by Sam Adams of Criticwire into a “documentary manifesto”. Adams also filed this wrap-up of the Fest. At Indiewire, Ashley Clark wrote about T/F and how we approach watching docs.
Scott Tobias wrote in The Dissolve “Time and again at this year’s True/False there was ample proof that the goals of pursuing social justice and creating great art needn’t be either/or propositions. Tobias also discussed T/F with Noel Murray on an episode of The Dissolve podcast.
Tim Grierson of Paste Magazine offers an in-depth wrap up of his festival and the films he saw.
Ben Godar of Nonfics approached the Fest through this year’s theme of time.
Vadim Rizov at Filmmaker Magazine focused in on some of the short films which screened at this year’s Fest.
The Columbia Daily Tribune’s After Hours offered their picks for the best of True/False 2015.
Charlie Lyne at Sight & Sound raised important and provocative questions about the festival’s future and present.
Eric Hynes at Reverse Shot reflected on the passing of Albert Maysles and the conversation around “direct cinema” at True/False 2015.
Jordan Cronk wrote two pieces on the Fest, one for Filmmaker Magazine on our Neither/Nor sidebar of Polish chimeras and another at Cinemascope on the Fest itself.