Saturday, May 10

* Free EcransMed screenings
* Final day of the Concordia Film Festival
* Heather O’Neill book launch at the Rialto
* Tranna Wintour’s I Am No Man at Café l’Artère
* Life Lessons With Keith Waterfield at Théâtre Ste-Catherine
* Dancehall party with legendary ladies Sister Nancy & Sister Carol

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Tranna Wintour

Annual Mediterranean film fest EcransMed begins today with touring screenings around different outdoor spaces in Montreal. Check out their Twitter for more information on locations and times. Free

The Concordia Film Festival continues with free conferences and roundtable discussions  12:30 p.m., followed by screenings: Process of Becoming at 2 p.m., Divergent Landscapes at 3:30 p.m., Splendid Solitude at 5 p.m., Elements at 6:45 p.m. and Best of the Fest at 8:30 p.m., which includes the awards ceremony. Imperial Cinema (1430 Bleury), festival pass $25/$5 regular screening/$10 for Best of the Fest

Heather O’Neill launches her new book, The Girl Who Was Saturday Night. Read our interview with her here. Rialto (5723 Parc), 7 p.m.

Head over to Café l’Artère for rising comedy star Tranna Wintour’s one-woman show I Am No Man. And read our interview with her here7000 Parc, 8 p.m., $10

Théâtre Ste-Catherine hosts Life Lessons With Keith Waterfield. Tonight’s theme is living situations, read our interview with Waterfield  for more info on tonight’s guests. 264 Ste-Catherine E., 8 p.m., $10

Dancehall, dub and reggae fans rejoice, it’s Sister Nancy (read our interview with the dancehall legend here) meets Sister Carol Ina Foundation Soundsystem with Mossman and Selector Guv’nor General from Toronto’s Pressure Drop. Cabaret du Mile End (5240 Parc), 10 p.m., $20/$30 at the door

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