The Art Ramble
Saturday, Mar 3 / 12:00PM / Box Office
Saturday, Mar 3 / 2:30PM / Box Office
Sunday, Mar 4 / 12:00PM / Box Office
Sunday, Mar 4 / 2:30PM / Box Office

Bon vivant and raconteur Gabriel Williams leads rollicking tours of downtown art and curiosities, including many of True/False's art installations. Free and open to the public.

Saturday, Mar 3 / 11:59PM / Showtime Theater at The Blue Note

Comedian Brian Babylon records his first comedy album, and you are invited to be the studio audience. Free to Super Circle, Silver Circle, and Lux passholders; $5 Gen Admission.

Buskers Last Stand
Sunday, Mar 4 / 9:00PM / Missouri Theatre

With a tear and a beer (courtesy of Logboat, Public House, and Rock Bridge), 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 we throw an instant wake for T/F 2018 following the Q&A after The Price Of Everything. No ticket required; open to all passholders.

Buskers Last Waltz
Sunday, Mar 4 / 9:30PM / Jesse Auditorium

Swing your partner round and round in the atrium of Jesse Hall following the Closing Night screening of Won’t You Be My Neighbor? The Mid-Missouri Traditional Dancers will promenade you down the line as beer—courtesy of our friends at Logboat, Public House, and Rock Bridge—and music flow, keeping the spirit of dance & 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.

Campfire Stories
Friday, Mar 2 / 9:45PM / Firestone Baars Chapel

Gather round the hearth and come hear some stellar storytellers spin yarns in our cozy forest clearing. The evening's spirit guide will be blues musician
Samuel James on steel guitar, with six filmmakers/fabulists: Khalik Allah, Stephen Maing, Morgan Neville, Lorna Tucker, Stephanie Wang-Breal, and Leilah Weinraub. Homemade s’mores will be served courtesy of Uprise Bakery, The Candy Factory, and The Wine Cellar & Bistro. Reserved ticket required; open to all passholders.

Gimme Truth!
Saturday, Mar 3 / 10:00PM / Showtime Theater at The Blue Note

America's favorite documentary game show challenges the audience and a panel of esteemed contestants to determine truthiness. Local non-professional filmmakers attempt to fool seasoned directors by presenting their totally true or totally false two-minute docs. Hosted by Brian Babylon, a Chicago-born comic who is a frequent guest on NPR’s weekly news quiz show "Wait Wait... Don’t Tell Me!" The 2018 contestants/judges are Sierra Pettengill ("Graven Image"), Sandi Tan (Shirkers), and Chase Whiteside (América). Tech support provided by CAT. Ticket required. PRESENTED BY SHOWTIME DOCUMENTARY FILMS

March March
Friday, Mar 2 / 5:15PM / Boone County Courthouse Square

What better way to encourage the tremulous start of spring than to lead by example and march into March? To bring this month in like a lion, we invite one and all to join, dress in costume, ride your bike, whatever you’d like (just no advertising, politicking, or motorized vehicles). Free and open to the public. Led by our own King of Queens, Ron Ironic Ribiat. See more here.

TV Party
Sunday, Mar 4 / 7:30PM / Willy Wilson @ Ragtag

Exhausted from watching movies? How about a once-a-year TV show that's all about movies? Cheer on your friends and take a drink every time you see Viola or Meryl. Free and open to the public, no ticket required.