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True/False Announces Initial Slate For 2011

True/False Announces Initial Slate For 2011

The eighth annual True/False Film Fest is set to run March 3-6, 2011 in college town Columbia, MO, and the festival has announced its initial slate of programming. Headed by David Wilson and Paul Sturtz, True/False has consistently drawn rave reviews from filmmakers, industry, and audiences alike in its relatively brief existence on the festival circuit. 2011’s edition already looks unlikely to change those perceptions.

Presented over four days and nights packed with documentaries, Sundance standouts like “The Black Power Mix Tape 1967-1974,” “The Interrupters,” “Buck,” “KNUCKLE,” “The Redemption of General Butt Naked,” “Project Nim,” and “Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times” are all already on tap for the fest, as are other recent festival circuit favorites like “The Arbor” and “Armadillo.” These are in addition to a series of “surprise screenings” that are not announced until during the festival.

Check out a complete list of announced titles on the festival’s website, and check back with indieWIRE for a full list of titles when they are announced.

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