Thursday, Sept. 3

* Amy screens at Cinéma Excentris
* The Montreal Alouettes vs. the BC Lions
* Outdoor screening of 1986 Palme d’Or award winner The Mission
* Electronic/experimental/post-punk/darkwave acts at la Vitrola
* Rockabilly and country singers Kurt Chaboyer and Li’l Andy play Barfly with full bands
* Four-day EDM festival Produktworld begins at New City Gas

If you haven’t seen the critically acclaimed Amy Winehouse documentary Amy yet, the film is still screening at Excentris (with French subtitles). Check it out. 3536 St-Laurent, 1:05 p.m, $11/$10 students & seniors

Sports fans looking for a little ahead of the hockey season would be advised to check out the Alouettes in action against the BC Lions at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium. 475 des Pins, 7:30 p.m., $15–$190

The Montreal World Film Festival presents an outdoor screening of Roland Joffé’s The Mission, starring Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons. The film won the 1986 Palme d’Or award at Cannes. See the trailer here. Place des Arts Esplanade (steps just left of 175 Ste-Catherine W.), 8:30 p.m., free

Kindest Cuts, aka Toronto synth-pop artist Patrick Edward, is playing la Vitrola with some pretty cool local acts who play their own varieties of electronic/experimental/post-punk/darkwave: Brusque Twins, Perverted Justice and Cinéma Vengeance. 4602 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $6

Rockabilly singer Kurt Chaboyer and country singer Li’l Andy bring their baritone grandeur to Barfly with full-band sets featuring well known local players Ben Caissie, Joe Grass, Joshua Toal and Michael Begin. If roots music and pedal steel guitar turn your crank, this is your show. 4062 St-Laurent, 9 p.m.

If you missed out on Ile Soniq and a large-scale EDM party is what you need, a four-night party called Produktworld is starting tonight New City Gas. Tonight’s line-up is Bro Safari, Datsik and Zomboy — see details about the full weekend here. 950 Ottawa, 10 p.m., $20 for tonight/$60 for a four-night pass/$100 for four-day VIP