Monday, March 4, 2013

T/F 2013: The Collective Architecture of the Impossible

It's exhausting having this much fun. This was my third at the True False Film Festival and my last as a student at Mizzou. I think I realized this year how much the festival means to the community in Columbia and why it attracts so many from outside the bubble of the mid-mid-belly-button-of-the-US-midwest. I loved seeing little kids dressed up as robots at the March March and 70+ year old women dancing and giggling in the Missouri Theatre at the Jubilee. I was inspired by the films this year to be honest, heartbreaking and funny all at the same time revealing the little surprises that life has to offer. Until next year, True/False, thank you.

Director Zachary Heinzerling & subjects Noriko & Ushio Shinohara after the screening of "Cutie and the Boxer." 

Ushio Shinohara, 80, after demonstrating his action painting where he punches a canvas from right to left.

The directors lounge.

Mucca Pazza at the March March parade.
The True False queen.
Runners preparing for the True Life Run which benefitted this years True Life Fund film "Which Way is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington."

Runners make their way through a maze, one of the obstacles in the True Life Run.

Artist Yulia Pinkusevich working on her art installation in Alley A

The box office.

The audience after the screening of "Which Way is the Front Line From Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington."

Buskers Last Stand.

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