A still from "King Corn."
A still from "King Corn."

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.

They've also collected videos of classic docsmusical performancesinterviews and much more.

Start browsing (and watching) here.