Wednesday, July 30

* Elizabeth Moss & Mark Duplass star in The One I Love, screening at Fantasia
* Gaza solidarity demo
* No Cameras Allowed premiere at Nomad Nation
* Divers/Cité comedy night at Peopl

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No Cameras Allowed

No Cameras Allowed

Mad Men’s Elizabeth Moss and Mark Duplass star in The One I Love, screening this afternoon at the Fantasia film fest. See our review of that film and Kung-Fu Elliot, a documentary about a deluded star of DIY martial arts movies in the Maritimes (also screening tonight) here. 1455 de Maisonneuve W., 3 p.m., $10

There’s another Gaza solidarity demo by Tadamon! today…you know, if you’re into that. Mont-Royal metro (Mont-Royal Avenue & Rivard), 5:30 p.m.

With Osheaga happening in 48 hours, Nomad Nation in Mile End hosts the premiere of No Cameras Allowed, a documentary shot by a guy who’s made a habit of jumping the fence at music festivals all over the world. Said guy, Marcus Haney, will participate in a Q&A after the screening, via Skype. There’ll be an outdoor BBQ and free popcorn happening too. 129 Van Horne, 7 p.m., $10

As part of Divers/Cité’s pride festivities, Club Peopl hosts a comedy night featuring local all-stars Jess Salomon, DeAnne Smith, Tranna Wintour and Travis Cannon. 390 Notre-Dame W., 8 p.m., $20/$30

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