- The Art RambleSaturday, Mar 1 / 11:45AM / Box OfficeSaturday, Mar 1 / 2:30PM / Box OfficeSunday, Mar 2 / 11:45AM / Box OfficeSunday, Mar 2 / 2:30PM / Box Office
Gabriel Viles gives us a tour of True/False's many and wondrous art installations. Free and open to the public.
- Campfire StoriesFriday, Feb 28 / 9:30PM / Odd Fellows Lodge
Join us for a cozy tradition: eight filmmakers gather around a "campfire" to swap tales of the scene that got away, complete with homemade s'mores courtesy of three local businesses: Uprise Bakery, The Candy Factory and the Wine Cellar & Bistro. Reserved ticket required, open to all passholders.
- Gimme Truth!Saturday, Mar 1 / 9:30PM / The Vimeo Theater at The Blue Note
See America's favorite documentary game show, as you decide whether films are true or false. Emceed by the Johnny St. John, watch as local non-professional filmmakers attempt to fool three of our seasoned filmmaker guests, as they present their totally true or totally false one-minute doc. Tech support provided by CATV. Sponsored by Vimeo.
- ToastedSunday, Mar 2 / 11:59PM / Cafe Berlin
"Dave Hill (is) full of unjustified bravado, but also amazingly vulnerable." (Ira Glass). The hubristic yet tender memoirist, raconteur and rock star invites you to partake in conversation (free!) and waffles (those will cost you) at the venerable breakfast joint Cafe Berlin, which for one night only will swing open its doors at 1am and stay cooking til the hungry hordes descend. Toasted is a brand-new T/F tradition: a free-wheeling talk show where we review the weekend's festivities with filmmakers, musicians, artists and other attendees. "Dave Hill is a pathological liar, a fantasist, egoist, and unlicensed podiatrist. I cannot confirm the veracity of anything in this book, but my feet have never felt better." (Janeane Garofalo). For those not able to make it to the cafe, we will be live-streaming on CAT-TV and the T/F home page between 2am-4am Monday morning. Catch Dave before he's in a blockbuster movie with Jennifer Aniston and starts charging insane amounts of cash. Free and open to the public.
- True Life Fund Community Conversation for ActionSunday, Mar 2 / 3:00PM / RJI: Palmer Room
Join us on Sunday after the second and final screening of True Life Fund film, Private Violence, for a chance to extend the conversation. The discussion will be guided and hosted by Kit Gruelle, an advocate featured in the film, True North of Columbia, and The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. We will begin where the film ends and focus on how to translate the momentum from Private Violence into community action. Located in the Palmer Room at the Reynolds Journalism Institute, Room100A (the glass room off the Quad).
- True Life Fund Community Conversation & TrainingFriday, Feb 28 / 3:00PM / RJI: Palmer Room
This True Life Fund event, open to all, will bring together cross-sections of the community to discuss domestic violence. Kit Gruelle, the advocate featured in the True Life Fund film Private Violence will lead participants through clips of the film and host a discussion. The idea behind this discussion is to break down silos to better address this very private violence in our community. Location: Palmer Room, Reynolds Journalism Institute, University of Missouri
- True Life RunSaturday, Mar 1 / 9:00AM / Flat Branch Park
A bright-and-early tradition at T/F, the True Life Run challenges all runners and walkers to start Saturday, March 1 with a mad dash through the streets of downtown Columbia. Sponsored by Columbia Orthopedic Group. Proceeds benefit the 2014 True Life Fund recipients. Registration required at the run or in advance online.
- Weird Wake-Up BreakfastSunday, Mar 2 / 9:30AM / Odd Fellows Lodge
Breakfast is served bright and early courtesy of Ozark Mountain Biscuit Company and all the fresh coffee you can drink courtesy of Kaldi's, to wake you up and prepare you for an early morning mind-bending doc. Ticket required, reservable by Lux, Silver Circle, and Super Circle passholders only. All passholders can Q for the film.