True-False Wraps Up
COLUMBIA - Lines wrapped around theaters in downtown Columbia for the last chance to see a number of flims.
Attendance has been on the rise since True-False began.
"Its a lot bigger. The first year we had about forty-four hundred people attend. This year there were about 27,000, we think...We are still totaling numbers." said David Wilson, True-False co-founder.
Even with the constant growth in numbers of attendees, it is still important to have that hometown atmosphere.
"Growth at true false is tricky...We want to be a four day festival, we want to be walkable and contained and the passes did ultimately sell out, but it wasn't until the very end i think. We had the right number of passes."
the public was in agreement." said Megan Mazzei, a volunteer.
Although this is only the eighth year Columbia has hosted True-False, it is becoming well known and one of the largest. Plans for next year will be made after a couple days of rest for those working True-False.