True/False 2022 Films Preview
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A chat with True/False Film Festival programmers' about the newly announced slate of films for this year's festival ..read more
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2021 Films Preview with Angela Catalano and Amir George
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by KBIA
1y ago
Many things about this year's True/False Film Festival have changed, but one that hasn't is our annual programmer preview. This year, programmers Angela Catalano and Amir George join the podcast to preview some of the films coming to this year's outdoor fest, which starts May 5. Angela and Amir preview Questlove's directorial debut Summer of Soul, Pete Nicks's Homeroom, and a number of other films and events fest-goers can look forward to ..read more
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Revisiting Weirdness with Lance Oppenheim
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The True/False Podcast en https://www.kbia.org Fri, 21 May 2021 16:33:23 -0500 false The True/False Podcast Sebastián Martínez Valdivia episodic https://www.kbia.org/podcast/the-true-false-podcast/rss.xml Revisiting Weirdness with Lance Oppenheim Fri, 21 May 2021 16:33:23 -0500 https://www.kbia.org/podcast/the-true-false-podcast/2021-05-21/revisiting-weirdness-with-lance-oppenheim 00000179-90cb-d15e-ad7b-b9cb2e910000 Revisiting Weirdness with Lance Oppenheim 1301 9 Oscillation with Khalik Allah (I WALK ON WATER) and Ursula Liang (DOWN A DARK STAIRWELL) Wed, 05 May 2021 19:15:26 -0500 https://w ..read more
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Oscillation with Khalik Allah (I WALK ON WATER) and Ursula Liang (DOWN A DARK STAIRWELL)
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by KBIA
1y ago
In this episode of the True/False Podcast: a conversation from last year's festival between filmmakers Ursula Liang and Khalik Allah. Both were at True/False to show their latest features. Liang's film Down a Dark Stairwell documents the effects of a police shooting of an unarmed Black man. Allah's film I Walk on Water pushes the boundaries of the filmmakers' relationship with those they document ..read more
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Intimacy with Rikkí Wright (A SONG ABOUT LOVE)
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by KBIA
1y ago
This week, we’re continuing our dispatches from True/False 2020 with a conversation between artist and filmmaker Rikkí Wright and programmer Jeanelle Augustin. Wright’s work is often deeply personal and offers commentary on how she interacts with and understands the world around her. “A Song About Love,” Wright's latest short film, showed ahead of The Giverny Document, and is a dreamy mix of vibrant, colorful images and archival material. As she told Jeanelle, Wright’s work started as a way to engage with her own family and document her life ..read more
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2021 Films Preview with Angela Catalano and Amir George
The True/False Podcast
by KBIA
1y ago
Many things about this year's True/False Film Festival have changed, but one that hasn't is our annual programmer preview. This year, programmers Angela Catalano and Amir George join the podcast to preview some of the films coming to this year's outdoor fest, which starts May 5. Angela and Amir preview Questlove's directorial debut Summer of Soul, Pete Nicks's Homeroom, and a number of other films and events fest-goers can look forward to ..read more
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Retaining Humanity with David France and Maxim Lapunov (WELCOME TO CHECHNYA)
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by KBIA
1y ago
We continue our dispatches from last year's festival with the final True/False Podcast episode recorded in-studio during 2020. The guests were filmmaker David France and Maxim Lapunov, who was imprisoned and tortured as part of the Chechen government's persecution of its LGBTQ community. Lapunov and the subjects of France's 2020 film, Welcome to Chechnya were the recipients of the True Life Fund, the festival's philanthropic effort which provides monetary support to those documented in the select film. Welcome to Chechnya co-producer Igor Myakotin provided translation ..read more
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Dimensions with Steve James and Meredith Zielke
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by KBIA
1y ago
Every year during the festival, True/False organizes field sessions: conversations between filmmakers about their films, experiences, and anything else that interests them. In this week's episode of the True/False Podcast, we’ll be listening in on one such conversation between filmmakers Meredith Zielke and Steve James. Zielke is an award-winning filmmaker and editor who co-directed A Machine To Live In, an impressionistic exploration of Brazil’s peculiar capital city that showed at True/False 2020. James, best known for directing academy-award-nominated films Hoop Dreams and Abacus: Small Eno ..read more
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'Objectivity' with Elegance Bratton (PIER KIDS)
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by KBIA
1y ago
Nonfiction filmmakers often end up with a lot more material than they could ever use. That's something Elegance Bratton ran into making his debut feature, Pier Kids. The film portrays life in New York for gay and transgender youth living on the Christopher Street Pier. Producing the film involved capturing all kinds of people’s stories over the course of many years in order to portray Bratton’s own experiences with homelessness. Bratton spoke with True/False programmer Amir George ..read more
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Fashioning A Film Festival Amid The Pandemic: Part Two
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by KBIA
1y ago
The 2021 True/False Film Festival will look completely different from any previous fest. In the interest of social distancing and safety, all of the films will screen outdoors, at Stephens Lake Park in the fest's hometown of Columbia, Missouri. The True/False Podcast spoke with fest organizers to explain what festival-goers can expect at the new venue, and how it's tried to keep some vestiges of normalcy from festivals past ..read more
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