Monday, Aug. 3

* Le Musée du Rock ‘n’ Roll launches Ére Metal
* Surf’s Up edition of Maison Sociale’s Movie Mondays
* Cinema Politica presents 2014 documentary The Family Farm
* The Jonathan Lindhorst Quartet plays Résonance Café

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Point Break
In conjunction with next weekend’s St-Lambert-destroying Heavy Montreal festival, le Musée du Rock ‘n’ Roll launches a new exhibition, Ére Metal: L’évolution du Metal québécois, on through Dec. 18. 2222 Ontario E., 5 p.m., $6.66

It’s the Surf’s Up edition of Maison Sociale’s Movie Mondays, featuring early ’90s Keanu/Swayze classic Point Break (directed by Kathryn Bigelow, who went on to make The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty) — before the remake comes out at Christmas — and Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic. 5386 St-Laurent, 7–11 p.m., free

Cinema Politica presents an outdoor screening of The Family Farm, a 2014 documentary that contrasts the diverse practices of farm families across Canada, with director Ari Cohen attending. (Check the Facebook event page for rain-or-shine info.) Cabot Square (Atwater & Ste-Catherine), 8:45 p.m., free

It’s a fairly quiet night for shows, but Resonance Café is hosting saxophonist Jonathan Lindhorst, led by a Toronto-born, NYC-based McGill grad who plays with a local quartet on this side of the border. 5175 Parc, 9 p.m., $8 suggested donation
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