By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire January 6, 2014 at 2:53PM
True/False is one of the most respected and important nonfiction film festivals in the country. It takes place this year from February 27-March 2 in Columbia, Missouri. We featured co-founders Paul Sturtz and David Wilson, who started the festival in 2004, on our first-ever list of Indiewire Influencers.
Last year's True/False Festival featured some of the year's top documentaries, including "The Act of Killing," "Stories We Tell" and "These Birds Walk."
Now True/False has created a video page where you can browse through over 100 films from past True/False Film Fests available to stream online for free. They've made them easy to search by year they played the fest and by length (features and shorts).
True/False gathered the films from a variety of streaming sites, including Vimeo, YouTube, Hulu, (Indiewire's parent company) SnagFilms, Crackle, P.O.V. and The National Film Board of Canada’s online archive.
Start browsing (and watching) here.