Ashley Proski

Starting this Friday the Tivoli is playing the documentary¬†Finding Vivian Maier, which is a telling of director John Maloof’s discovery of an artist. Vivian Maier has quickly grown into an overnight Internet sensation within the public, but especially within the art community.¬† Her images have been circulating through newspapers, Internet news feeds, and online image [...]

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Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia focuses on the opinionated, outspoken, and witty Gore Vidal.

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The Galapagos Affair:  Satan Came to Eden, directed by Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine, tells the story of Dr. Fredrich Ritter and his lover Dore Strauch, who leave their conventional lives in Germany and travel to an uninhabited island, Floreana, in the Galapagos to start a new life away from society.

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Unfortunately the weather made True/False Fest end on a chilly note. With temperatures at a high of 12 degrees, freezing rain, and some snow fall you didn’t see as big of crowds as you did on Friday, but the show went on and people still came out to films. The last film I enjoyed on this weekend filled with films was Jodorowsky’s Dune, and it was an excellent end note!

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Directed by Cynthia Hill, Private Violence is one of the most heart-wrenching documentaries that I have seen at True/False Fest this year.

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Producer and director Penn and Teller make this easy-to-approach documentary a comedic journey, and explain Tim’s process in a way that everyone can understand.

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True/False Film Fest, which started Thursday night and runs through the weekend, is definitely the best place to see new documentaries that you may not be able to see anywhere else. The crowds this year are even bigger then they were last year, which may or may not be a good thing for the people that live in Columbia, MO.

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