BECOME A SPONSOR

True/False Film Fest is a creative blend of film, workshops, parties and exploration set in an eclectic college town smack dab in the middle of America. A bona fide “destination” festival, with a growing international reputation, True/False has wowed audiences, both local and international, with its cutting-edge programming and infectious spirit.

Each year True/False brings the liveliest new nonfiction films in the world to downtown Columbia, with almost all of our directors from across the globe attending. Some of the films will be fresh from Sundance, Toronto, and other major international festivals. Others will appear mysteriously before their official premieres elsewhere. Join us as we present the 16th edition of True/False, Febraury 28 – March 3, 2019.

To discuss sponsorship opportunities for the 2019 festival, please contact:

Holly Smith-Berry, Sponsorship Director: 573-999-4757 or [email protected]

Stacey Thompson, Sponsorship Coordinator: 573-289-6409 or [email protected]

Kyle Hess, Sponsorship Trade Coordinator: 573-823-2138 or [email protected]

Samantha Boisclair, Sponsorship Assistant: 573-268-2085 or [email protected]

PROGRAM AD INFO

One potential sponsor benefit is including your logo and an ad in our printed festival program, which will be provided (free of charge!) to all fest-goers.
The hard-working design professionals at True/False prefer ads to be submitted as PDFs or layered .tiff documents. If an ad has been built using Word or Publisher, we ask that you please submit any artwork used in the ad as a separate file.

All images should be at least 300dpi and colors should be CMYK. Logos should be submitted as vector-based .eps files, if available.

PROGRAM AD SIZES

  • The program itself is 4.25″ wide x 7.5″tall
  • Full page 3.5″ wide x 6.75″ tall
  • Three quarter page 3.5″ wide x 5″ tall
  • Half page 3.5″ wide x 3.25″ tall
  • Quarter page 3.5″ wide x 1.5″ tall

Our design team can work best with vectorized logos submitted as Illustrator or eps files. The next best thing is a hi-res jpeg at 300dpi or more. Ads should be set up to fit within the above dimensions and without bleed.

Technical ad design and logo questions can be directed to T/F Programming & Communications Manager, Arin Liberman.

We appreciate your sponsorship and want to make sure your ads and logos look as good as possible!