The original Then It Must Be True (TIMBT) was founded in 1999 to give filmmakers, musicians and journalists the chance to publish intelligent discussion about their work outside the constraints of commercial interest. It was one of the first web-based publications to do so.
Archives are posted here with new content coming soon.
The name comes from a joke about the Internet at the time: "If it's online then it must be true."
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