The True/False Film Festival will run from today until Sunday, and will showcase more than 40 films, dozens of works of art and many musical guests. Volunteers spent most of Thursday preparing for the rush of film-goers from all over the country. Kelsey Oerly says she is excited to finally contribute to the festival.
"I am from Columbia, Missouri, so I’ve known about this since day one and, then just this past year I was able to volunteer," Oerly said. "I didn’t have any like work commitments or school commitments so I finally got some time to volunteer."
Tickets are for sale in the True/False Box office on Broadway St. next to Freebird’s. Event coordinators advise lining up for each film about an hour and a half early to get the best seats.
To check out KBIA's coverage of many of the films at the festival, called True False Conversations, click here.