Sunday, Nov. 25

* John Logan’s Red
* Joel Fishbane’s A Place in the Country
* CineCoup film funding
* Untold @ Vinyle
* Sunfields @ Snack N Blues
* Jour du Sabbat w/ DJs Isabelle “Luci” Langlois and Simon “Fer” Besre

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John Logan’s Tony Award-winning Red captures two years in the life of abstract expressionist artist Mark Rothko. Catch the premiere of the Segal’s production, directed by Martha Henry. 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, 1:30 p.m., $24

Infinithéâtre presents The Pipeline, a series of play readings by the audience. This afternoon, catch Joel Fishbane’s A Place in the Country, about motherhood, sex work and family. Bain St-Michel (5300 St-Dominique), 2 p.m., PWYC/$10 suggested donation

Cinema entrepreneur J. Joly is in town promoting his CineCoup project, which will offer Canadian filmmakers the chance to win a $1-million film budget and release on Cineplex screens. Interested filmmakers can meet the man and learn more this afternoon. Cafeteria (3581 St-Laurent), 2 p.m., $15 (price includes free drinks and snacks)

U.K. producer and Hemlock label co-founder Untold drops in for an evening set at le Bleury-Bar à Vinyle (formerly Vinyl), spinning alongside locals Lexis and Rilly Guilty. 2109 Bleury, 5 p.m., $7 before 7 p.m., $12 after

Local country-coated classic pop band Sunfields, led by Jason Kent, play Snack N Blues weekly Slam Sundays, hosted by Dizzy. 5260 St-Laurent, 9 p.m.

Don your kutte and report to Jour du Sabbat for maximum metal from DJs Isabelle “Luci” Langlois and Simon “Fer” Besre. Rockette (4479 St-Denis), 10 p.m., free

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