Sunday, Nov. 15

* Mile End street art walking tour
* Expozine day 2
* French film Les chevaliers blancs at the Imperial
* Kabinet espresso bar launch
* Talk on Film, Architecture and the City at the CCA
* Brooklyn metal band Tombs plays Turbo Haus

street art

Join the team from street art and graffiti blog If Walls Could Talk Montreal for a street art walking tour through the Mile End which will finish off with a visit to Expozine, where some of the artists whose street-based works will be visited on the tour will be inside tabling with their zines, stickers, patches, prints and more. Departs from the north-east corner of Laurier & Esplanade, 11 a.m., PWYC

It’s the second and final day of Expozine, so get off the Internet for an opportunity to browse and buy small-press books, zines and comics. 5035 St-Dominique, 12–6 p.m., free entry

French film Les chevaliers blancs screens for a second time at the Cinemania festival. Check out our review of the film here. Imperial Cinema (1430 Bleury), 3 p.m.

Kabinet is launching an espresso bar within its cozy Mile End confines. 92 Laurier W., 12 p.m., free entry

As part of the RIDM documentary film festival, filmmaker Thom Andersen will give a talk at the Canadian Centre for Architecture today on the topic of Film, Architecture and the City, taking a look at how our urban landscapes are represented in film. 1920 Baile, 3 p.m., free

Brooklyn metal band Tombs is coming to Turbo Haus, with support from Black Anvil and Metalian — this is our heaviosity columnist Johnson Cummins’ pick for gig of the week. 5011 Notre-Dame W., 9:30 p.m., $8/$10