Monday, Nov. 9

* Dînette magazine launch
* Cinema Politica presents (T)error
* Clement Jacques plays Perfecto’s Souper Spectacle
* Brazilian street art doc Pixadores screens at Phi Centre
* MTL psych-pop act Adam Strangler plays Quai des Brumes


Clement Jacques

Granby-based food mag Dînette launches its first edition with an evening event featuring catering by Pas d’cochon dans mon salon, wine and music by DJ Mary Hell. 1226 Van Horne, 6 p.m., free

Cinema Politica presents one of the year’s most talked about documentaries, the award-winning (T)error, which follows an FBI agent as he uses tactics of questionable ethics in a covert anti-terror mission that takes some surprising turns. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with co-director David Felix Sutcliffe. 1455 de Maisonneuve W. (#H-110), 7 p.m., by donation

This week’s edition of Souper Spectacle, the dinner-and-a-concert series by Plateau bar Perfecto, features a sweet potato burger with some special house-made fixin’s, complemented by a performance from franco folkie Clement Jacques. 20 Duluth E., 7 p.m., $20 includes meal and glass of wine, $5 for the show only

Pixadores, a new film by Iranian/Finnish director Amir Escandari, profiles the politically motivated street artists of São Paulo. Today’s screening is the first of three, happening daily at the Phi Centre through Wednesday. The film will be shown in its original Portuguese with English subs. 407 St-Pierre, 7:30 p.m., $11.25/$9.25 for students

Montreal psych-pop band Adam Strangler plays Quai des Brumes, with support from New York bands Dirty Dishes and Stove plus fellow locals Growing Pains. 4481 St-Denis, 9 p.m., $8/$10