Sunday, February 2

* The Chaperone 3D at Scotiabank Theatre
* Cinema au Palais deadline
* The GOODS Black Cinema Series at the Rialto
* The Noah screens Deseos
* Lord Huron play Cabaret du Mile End

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Lord Huron

Start your Sunday with some fantastic shorts at the Scotiabank Theatre. Thoroughbread Pictures will screen their animated documentary trilogy, Why Was I Out There, Vaseline and Pepper and the award-winning The Chaperone 3D. 977 Ste-Catherine W., 10:30 a.m., $10

Wanna be part of Cinema au Palais, the Mile End diner’s annual short film fest? Today’s the submission deadline. See more details here.

The Goods Black Cinema Series is a cinematic spin-off of the monthly Sala Rossa event and weekly CKUT radio show, and today they’re screening Mel Stuart’s 1973 music festival documentary Wattstax (3 p.m.) and Robert Clouse’s 1974 blaxploitation flick Black Belt Jones (at 7 p.m.). Rialto Theatre (5723 Parc), $10

Underground film series the Noah screens Deseos & two special shorts from the Surreal Collective. Peut-être Vintage (6029a Parc), 7:30 p.m., $5

Hear the Americana sound as L.A.-based indie folk/pop act Lord Huron and Philly psych-folk trio Night Moves play Cabaret du Mile End. 5240 Parc, 8:30 p.m., $20

Check out our complete listings for more great club, stage and gallery events.

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