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T/F Heads West

By Indiewire | Indiewire April 11, 2006 at 5:32AM

James Longley's "Iraq in Fragments" and Zach Niles & Banker White's "The Refugee All Stars", winners of awards at this weekend's Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, are among the features that will screen at the new west coast edition of the True/False Film Festival in Bellingham, WA (90 minutes from Seattle), April 21-23, 2006. Among the more than 25 feature films set to screen at the True/False West Film Festival will include Rick Minnich's "Homemade Hill Billy Jam," which closed T/F in Columbia, MO this year, Andrew Shapter's "Before The Music Dies," Sam Douglas and Paul Lovelace's "Holy Modal Rounders...Born to Lose," and a special True/False Visionary Award for Doug-Hawes Davis and Drury Gunn Carr from High Plains Films, non-profit doc production and distribution company from Missoula, MT. [Eugene Hernandez]
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James Longley's "Iraq in Fragments" and Zach Niles & Banker White's "The Refugee All Stars", winners of awards at this weekend's Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, are among the features that will screen at the new west coast edition of the True/False Film Festival in Bellingham, WA (90 minutes from Seattle), April 21-23, 2006. Among the more than 25 feature films set to screen at the True/False West Film Festival will include Rick Minnich's "Homemade Hill Billy Jam," which closed T/F in Columbia, MO this year, Andrew Shapter's "Before The Music Dies," Sam Douglas and Paul Lovelace's "Holy Modal Rounders...Born to Lose," and a special True/False Visionary Award for Doug-Hawes Davis and Drury Gunn Carr from High Plains Films, non-profit doc production and distribution company from Missoula, MT. [Eugene Hernandez]





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