Tuesday, March 8, 2016

At True/False 2016, Filmmakers Inside the Frame

The most important movie of the 2016 True/False Film Festival may turn out to be a 30-minute short produced by three students from the University of Missouri. "Concerned Student 1950," which was only completed on Wednesday, debuted at 11:30 on a Saturday night, but the audience of a thousand-plus viewers who filled the Missouri Theater in downtown Columbia was electric, cheering the heroes and booing the villains as the film chronicled the protests that erupted after Mizzou's administration turned a blind eye racist incidents on campus. (The "1950" in the film's, and the group's, name comes from the year the university's first black student was admitted.) The...

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