Showtime Theater at The Blue Note
Willy Wilson @ Ragtag
Little Chapel @ The Picturehouse
10:45 - 11:30am
Post-Chautauqua ElevensesThis post-Chautauqua event gives attendees the opportunity to meet and greet with the provocateurs in the art gallery, featuring the Undergraduate Juried Exhibition. The spread is provided by Kaldi's. What could be more provocative than tea and scones? Open to Chautauqua ticket-holders and Super Circle and Silver Circle passholders.
Closing Night Reception
6:15 - 7:15pm
Closing Night ReceptionA common meal for all who attend I Am Not Your Negro at Missouri Theatre. Catered for the fourteenth year in a row by the stalwarts at Addison's restaurant. The drinks flow courtesy of our friends at St. James Winery and Logboat, Public House, and Rock Bridge breweries. Ticket required; the film ticket includes the reception. Presented by Addison's American Grill
Buskers Last Waltz
9 - 10pm
Buskers Last WaltzSwing your partner round and round in the atrium of Jesse Hall following the closing night screening of Step. The Mid-Missouri Traditional Dancers will lead you down the line as beer courtesy of Logboat, Public House, and Rock Bridge breweries flows, keeping the spirit of dance and T/F alive before it slumbers for another year. Live music will be provided by buskers; dancing shoes encouraged! No ticket required; open to all passholders.
Buskers Last Stand
9:30 - 10:30pm
Buskers Last StandWith a tear and a beer (courtesy of Logboat, Public House, and Rock Bridge breweries), the festival ends as the last air escapes the bellows of the accordion, trumpet, and megaphone. Link arms with your festival friends and join True/False's own second line in the lobby of Missouri Theatre as they throw an instant wake for T/F 2017 following the Q&A after I Am Not Your Negro. No ticket required; open to all passholders.
12:30 - 4am
ToastedCome talk (free!) and eat waffles (not free!) at venerable breakfast joint Cafe Berlin, which for one night only will swing open its doors at 12:30am and stay cooking ’til the hungry hordes leave. Hosted by film scribbler Nicolas Rapold, Toasted is a free-wheeling talk show, starting at 1:30am, where we review the weekend's festivities. Free and open to the public.