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Metamorphosis of Birds exhibits beauty at the sake of plot

‘Metamorphosis of Birds’ exhibits beauty at the sake of plot

Audrey Snyder March 10, 2020

Following the family history of director Caterina Vasconcelos, Metamorfose dos Pássaros, or Metamorphosis of Birds, is a film of Portugeuse origin, language and culture lined with English subtitles. Focusing...

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‘Collective’ manifests vitality of truth, eradication of corruption

Maddie Orr March 7, 2020

As the first film accepted into the 2020 True/False Film Festival, Collective tells a remarkable story of freedom, corruption and the overwhelming power of the truth. Director Alexander Nanau filmed a...

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‘Crip Camp’ exceptionally recognizes past mistreatment of the handicapped, fight for reform

Maddie Orr March 6, 2020

Crip Camp tells a story of humanity, love and inspiration as handicapped Americans fight for human rights in the 1970s. The documentary was beautiful; depicting wholesome stories of teenage romance, human...

Three Identical Strangers provides multifaceted, masterful storytelling

‘Three Identical Strangers’ provides multifaceted, masterful storytelling

Grace Dorsey March 4, 2018

Starting as a light-hearted retelling of a impossibly amazing coincidence, “Three Identical Strangers” soon turns into an intriguing investigation that digs into the darker realities of adopted triplets...

António e Catarina delivers tedious storyline

‘António e Catarina’ delivers tedious storyline

Ann Fitzmaurice March 3, 2018

If my plan was to leave the theater feeling more uncomfortable around old white men than I already do, António e Catarina did the job. Not only was the film straight up boring to watch as it was just...

The sidewalks of Downtown Columbia become a sea of people of all kinds coming together to watch movies featured in this years True/False festival.

Photo Gallery: True/False in daylight

Allie Pigg March 3, 2018

While the party atmosphere of the True/False Film Festival came to life after dark, the heart of Downtown Columbia exploded on Saturday afternoon, March 3, when movie-goers of all kinds took the streets...

Mon Amour, Mon Ami fails to deliver impactful story

‘Mon Amour, Mon Ami’ fails to deliver impactful story

Ann Fitzmaurice March 2, 2018

Honestly, I have no idea what went on in Mon Amour, Mon Ami. At first I thought it was a forbidden love story in which borders separated the two main characters. Then, I thought it was a fake love story...

Pumpkin Movie identifies societal problems, inspires audiences

‘Pumpkin Movie’ identifies societal problems, inspires audiences

Ann Fitzmaurice March 2, 2018

When the large screen in front of me showed nothing but a minimalist apartment and a city skyline out the window, I expected the worst. I knew the basic setup of a Millennial's apartment: fairy lights,...

Sophomores to screen documentary Wont you be my Neighbor

Sophomores to screen documentary ‘Won’t you be my Neighbor’

Ann Fitzmaurice March 2, 2018

On the second day of Columbia’s 15th annual True False film festival, all CPS sophomores have the opportunity to travel to Jesse Hall to watch Won’t you be my Neighbor, a documentary about the life...

Sights and sounds of the March March parade

Sights and sounds of the March March parade

Grace Vance March 3, 2017

Even before I step foot on ninth street, where the annual March March parade takes place, I can feel the anticipation and fervent energy radiating from the event. As I draw closer, I realize the magnitude...

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