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Miraculous Tales gives viewers a look at Northern Ireland and the influence of folk medicine in the community through the stories of five faith healers.

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This year’s passes are going … going …

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Take a break from the documentaries and indulge in some of the other events True/False has to offer. From s’mores to Sparky’s, the events are sure to satisfy.

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True/False is right around the corner, and the anticipation is increasing every day. Now that the films are announced, we’ve made our list of must-sees for 2014.

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True/False passes on sale now

November 15, 2013 4:00 pm by

True/False Film Fest tickets are on sale now. See what each pass can get you at this year’s festival.

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A few of the True/False films have been released in box offices around the country and will come to Ragtag Cinema.

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Three True/False films were recognized last weekend for cinematography, direction and entertainment. Check out which movies took home the prizes.

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Vox asked True/False attendees to describe their experience in three to six words and along with their pick for best flick.

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Ushio Shinohara, star of the True/False film Cutie and the Boxer, painted a canvas in the Tiger Cleaners parking lot. Custom T-shirt designs (and punches) ensued.

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Filmmakers met to discuss the challenges of editing documentaries but still making sure they tell the truth.

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Panel recap: D.I.Y. or DIE!

March 3, 2013 6:32 pm by

Filmmakers and artists discussed the difficulties of making art alone. Filmmakers have to learn how to do multiple jobs, and lack of funding is often an issue.

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Movie review: Sweetgrass

March 3, 2013 5:47 pm by

Sweetgrass is directed by Lucien Castaing-Taylor, co-winner of the 2013 True Vision Award for Leviathan. It features ranchers herding sheep across grassy mountains, illustrating the present-day version of an old tradition.

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Movie review: Dirty Wars

March 3, 2013 3:02 pm by

Exciting and emotional, Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield follows journalist Jeremy Scahill as he travels throughout the Middle East to investigate America’s actions in the war on terror. The film features interviews with both American military officials and grieving families in Afghanistan and Yemen.

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One of True/False’s documentaries, Twenty Feet From Stardom, will be playing in theaters this summer, beginning on June 14.

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Daniel Dreifuss, the co-producer of True/False film No was a Brazilian exchange student who graduated from Hickman High School in 1996.

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Movie review: The Moo Man

March 3, 2013 1:41 pm by

The loving relationship a British dairy farmer has with his cows can be compared to the relationship a father has with his kids

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From the furious fiddling of Mountain Animation to the guttural punk screams of Toughcats, the performers at Café Berlin’s Toast/False Saturday Busker Showcase brought a veritable menagerie of hybrid-genre musical talent.

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This film questions reality and forces viewers to look at the world in an uncontrolled and honest way.

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Maybe it’s because it’s so early in the morning, or it could be because of the film it’s paired with. Whatever the reason for the monicker, the Weird Wake Up at Odd Fellows Lodge was a delicious way to start the last day of True/False.

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Newbie filmmaker Tinatin Gurchiani focuses on the lives of Georgian teens and 20-somethings, which isn’t always picturesque but is definitely intriguing.

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