Posted: Feb 28, 2013 7:02 PM by Xiaoyun Wu
Updated: Mar 1, 2013 3:09 PM
COLUMBIA - The four-day True/False Film Festival kicked off Thursday night and already, there's no reserved tickets left for Friday.
But festival organizer Hannah Cardison said anyone can still get tickets by showing up at a venue one hour before the screening time.
In addition to indivual tickets, people can buy a pass to experience all the different activities in the festival, including screenings, receptions and parties. Tickets issued to passholders are linked to passes and not transferable.
The box office is open through Sunday at 1020 East Broadway. Cardison said the recent snow storms shouldn't have much of an impact on attendance.
"I'd say if anything that really hasn't been much of a change at all, which is really exciting to see that the enthusiam is going to be in the rain or the snow, " Cardison said.
Activities like March March Parade and True Life Run will stick to the original schedule. Event director Michael Denehy confirmed there won't be any delays or cancellations even if it snows in the coming days.