True/False 2018: The Festival in Pictures By Nathan Lawrence & Ellie Cherryhomes • Mar 2, 2018 TweetShareGoogle+Email View Slideshow 1 of 6 Audience members part ways after a Thursday night screening of "Lovers of the Night" at the Tiger Hotel in downtown Columbia. Nathan Lawrence / KBIA View Slideshow 2 of 6 Radaw Walk maps line the streets at True/False Film Festival in downtown Columbia on Friday, March 2, 2018. The maps were created by Carrie Elliot to recreate Midwestern weather patterns. Ellie Cherryhomes / KBIA View Slideshow 3 of 6 Filmgoers explore the "atmosphere' art exhbit designed by the Pneuhaus group at True/False Film Festival in downtown Columbia on Friday, March 2, 2018. Ellie Cherryhomes / KBIA View Slideshow 4 of 6 Artist Alicia Eggert’s sign switches between "All that is real is possible" and "All that is possible is real" in Alley A at True/False Film Festival. Ellie Cherryhomes / KBIA View Slideshow 5 of 6 The Gyro-Kinetic Home designed by Columbia artists Daniel Heggarty, Joseph Fischer and Mark Steck was created in a 2 month period in Heggarty's driveway. Ellie Cherryhomes / KBIA View Slideshow 6 of 6 Nathan Lawrence / KBIA Experience the True/False film festival through the eyes of our professional and student reporters all weekend long. TweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread.