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Every year in March, the True/False Film Fest celebrates the complex, surprising and hilarious world we share, and the documentary films that capture it. Now, we want to give you a taste of the Fest year round with the True/False podcast. Presented by KBIA. Hosted by Allison Coffelt.More from True/False »

Most Recent Episodes

Voice with Deborah Stratman (THE ILLINOIS PARABLES)

Deborah Stratman discusses developing the voice of a region in her film The Illinois Parables (True/False 2016).

Director-Subject Relationship with Antonio Tibaldi and Alex Lora (THY FATHER'S CHAIR)

Antonio Tibaldi and Alex Lora discuss navigating the relationships with their subjects while filming Thy Father's Chair (True/False 2016).

Director-Subject Relationship with Antonio Tibaldi and Alex Lora (THY FATHER'S CHAIR)

Chautauqua

True/False provocateurs Avi Lewis, Charlie Lyne and Sarah Jeong share stories about fighting, technology and paint drying on a wall.

Intentionality of Sound with Stephanie Spray

Stephanie Spray, co-director of True/False 2014 film Manakamana, discusses sound as it relates to her new project aboard the scientific drilling vessel, the JOIDES Resolution.

EXTRA - Being In The Film with the Rainey Family

Chris, Christine'a and PJ Rainey talk about their relationship with director Jon Olshefski after he spent a decade documenting some of their family's most intimate moments. The Rainey family are the subjects of the film QUEST (True/False 2017).

Time with Jon Olshefski

Jon Olshefski, a director who spent a decade gathering footage of his subjects, discusses time as an ingredient in documentary filmmaking. His film Quest was the recipient of the 2017 True Life Fund.

Campfire Stories

Four True/False 2017 directors sit around an indoor fire, eat s'mores and share behind the scenes stories from their films. Stories from Viktor Jakovleski (BRIMSTONE & GLORY), Peter Nicks (THE FORCE), Dan Sickles (DINA) and Sabaah Folayan (WHOSE STREETS?).

Documentary Form with Eric Hynes (MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE)

Eric Hynes discusses the art of criticism and this moment in documentary form. Hynes is a film critic and a programmer at the Museum of the Moving Image.

EXTRA - 'Buskers Last Stand'

The True/False podcast returns next week with our conversation with film critic and programmer Eric Hynes. We'll have new episodes every other week after that. Until then, enjoy this little treat from this year's Buskers Last Stand.

Access with Laura Hartrick and Craig Atkinson (DO NOT RESIST)

Laura Hartrick and Craig Atkinson discuss gaining intimate access to police departments for their film Do Not Resist.

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