Sunday, March 13

* Beats to Eat brunch at Fresh Paint Gallery
* Art documentary film fest presents work by Nelson Henricks
* Die Pod Die examines records by Malajube and the Unicorns
* Turbo Talk No. 2 on entrepreneurship and art
* Open Michelle night at Comedy Nest
* Tall Shadows and Monogamy play Casa

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Head to Fresh Paint Gallery for the brunch-hour food, art and music jam Beats to Eat featuring tunes from Unlog DJs noyl and Famelik, a special brunch from BreWsky chef Denis Guiol and snacks from Café 180g. 250 Ste-Catherine E., 11:30 a.m.–4 p.m., $5 entry, $5–$10 brunch options

The festival of films about art (FIFA), which runs till March 20, presents four short documentaries by local artist and director Nelson Henricks this afternoon at Phi Centre. 407 St-Pierre, 12:30 p.m., $12.50/$11 for seniors/$10 for youth 25 and under/$5 for kids 12 and under

Also happening at Phi Centre is the March edition of album-listening/comparison event Die Pod Die examines two local records from the aughts: Malajube’s Trompe-l’oeil and Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone by the Unicorns. The discussion about the albums will be led by the event series founder Julien Boumard-Coallier and feature members of Malajube as well as music journalist Olivier Lalande. 407 St-Pierre, 5 p.m., free

Turbo Haus presents the second edition of their creative scene speaker series, Turbo Talk No. 2, featuring insightful reflections on life and entrepreneurship in the arts from Mr. Sign (Dave Arnold), Fringe Fest and MainLine Theatre producer Amy Blackmore and legal expert Kerry Williams. 5011 Notre-Dame W., 6:30 p.m., $5

Inside the Pepsi Forum, Comedy Nest hosts another edition of the monthly female-focused comedy night Open Michelle, with headliner Eman El-Husseini and host Jess Salomon, plus Kirsten Finch, Jacy Lafontaine, Natalie Willett and more. 2313 Ste-Catherine W., 8 p.m., $8/$5 students

Casa del Popolo offers up a night of sounds from way out with the jazzy psych rock of Tall Shadows with support from the self-described “eclectica” of Monogamy (with members of Bad Uncle and Lake of Stew) plus singer-songwriter Gabriel Frank. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $7

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