Kevin Smith gave a sermon that many considered to be transphobic, which led to a public outcry for Ragtag Film Society to cut ties with his church.
Recipients included the True/False Film Fest, Show-me State Games and Art in the Park.
MOVE editors Bailey and Victoria take fluff writing to another, more literal, level.
T’was a night filled with filmmakers, neon lights and throwback jams.
The Rainey family works through obstacles and still gives back to the community.
The True/False film's meandering pace is perfect.
Shevaun Mizrahi’s “work in progress” film features individuals from all walks of life.
Director Anna Zamecka’s freshman documentary screened for the first time in the U.S. at True/False Film Fest.
Watching “Dina” is like watching a real-life rom-com play out in front of you.
The documentary is a vital look at the frustration and anger that followed Michael Brown’s death.
Director Maite Alberdi’s humanizes three individuals affected by the syndrome in her documentary.
The European film had its U.S. debut at the True/False Film Fest, offering a provocative look at the refugee crisis.
The True/False documentary gives a look into the lives of three Baltimore teens.
The documentary features the Sung family, owners of Abacus Federal Savings Bank, the only bank to have faced criminal charges as a result of the 2008 financial crisis.
The documentary opens viewers’ eyes to socioeconomic separation in Baltimore.
A diverse group of artists will include this year’s theme of alchemy into their work around Columbia.
This podcast will not only capture the literal sounds of the festival, but directors’ thoughts on their work.
The fund gives True/False audiences a way to respond to what they see on screen.
Columbia’s community comes together to support True/False.
St. Louis native Jack Grelle will perform at Rose Music Hall on Saturday.