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GlobalPost's Twitter feed is showcasing the voices and personal experiences of our network of correspondents. In a project called "A Friday In ...," a different correspondent based internationally takes over the GlobalPost @AFridayIn account and tweets about his or her travels and daily activities.

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Still from "These Birds Walk," a film by Omar Mullick shot on location in a Pakistani transitional shelter for young runaways. (Oscilloscope Laboratories/Courtesy)

#AFridayIn True/False Film Fest, Columbia, Mo.

GlobalPost's Talia Ralph drops in on Columbia, Mo. to tweet from a documentary film festival.

This past Friday, GlobalPost's Talia Ralph took #AFridayIn fans to the True/False Film Fest in Columbia, Mo.

The documentary film festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and, judging by the program, you could say it's getting even better with age. It mixes Sundance-screened movies with some unseen gems.

Here's a glance at some of the international pictures featured at True/False.

Taking over GlobalPost's @AFridayIn Twitter handle, not only does Talia get to watch top-notch documentaries, she also tweets her way through a fun schmooze fest with movie buffs and filmmakers.

At one point, when she finds the producers of Oscar-nominated "Beasts of the Southern Wild," @AFridayIn gets simply #starstruck.

If you missed it live, catch up with Talia's trip in the tweets below. To see the rest of GlobalPost's adventures, check out our series page and follow along: @AFridayIn.

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/culture-lifestyle/entertainment/130302/afridayin-truefalse-documentary-film-fest-columbia-mo