Tuesday, Sept. 23

* The Montreal Black Film Festival begins
* Searching for Sugar Man screens at le Bleury
* The Graduate ends its run at the Segal
* Sheffield duo Slow Club play la Sala Rossa

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The Montreal Black Film Festival kicks off today with a screening of Boris Lojkine’s Hope, winner of the SACD Award at the 2014 Cannes Critics’ Week. Cinéma Impérial (1432 Bleury), 7 p.m., $25

The Oscar-winning 2012 film Searching for Sugar Man, about long-lost Detroit musician Sixto Rodriguez, is screening as part of le Bleury Bar à Vinyle’s music-documentary screening series Hot Butter, with before-and-after music by Dan and Den from Death of Vinyl. 2109 Bleury, doors 7 p.m., film 8 p.m., free, BYO pillow

Today is last day of the extended run of The Graduate, the Segal Centre’s production of the 1960s novel and film, starring Brigitte Robinson and Luke Humphrey and featuring a fresh, live soundtrack (with a nod to the iconic Simon & Garfunkel film soundtrack) — see our review here. And yes, tickets are still available, here. 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine, 8 p.m., $44–$59

Sheffield indie pop duo Slow Club land in Montreal on their tour in support of their third record, Complete Surrender — it’s a doozy. La Sala Rossa (4848 St-Laurent), 9 p.m., $17
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