Wednesday, June 1

* Cinémathèque screens Jacques Rivette’s epic Out 1
* Pinball tournament at North Star
* Turbo Talks on publishing with special guests
* John Doe bar’s first anniversary party
* FTA presents Let’s Not Beat Each Other to Death
* Brave Radar album launch

Stewart Legere photo by Mel Hattie

Stewart Legere

Panorama-ciné and the Cinémathèque team up to screen Jacques Rivette’s mammoth, rarely screened Out 1. At a whopping 12 hours and 40 minutes, it’s being shown in two parts, with the second half screening tomorrow. 335 de Maisonneuve E., 5 p.m., $10

Try your hand at some old-school gaming at Montreal’s pinball bar North Star, hosting a pinball tournament tonight. 3908 St-Laurent, sign-up 6 p.m., tournament 7 p.m.

The fourth edition of Turbo Haüs’ conversation series Turbo Talks takes a look at publishing in the modern era with special guests Peggy Burns (Drawn & Quarterly), Harley Smart (Anteism) and Metatron’s Ashley Opheim and Jay Ritchie. 5011 Notre-Dame W., 7 p.m., $5

Stop in to downtown bar John Doe — which is affiliated with neighbouring comedy club ComedyWorks — for the space’s first anniversary party, promising free food and punch and sick drink specials. 1238 Bishop, 7 p.m., free

Catch Halifax’s Stewart Legere in his entrancing theatre piece Let’s Not Beat Each Other to Death, directed by Christian Barry, on the last of its three-night run part of the Festival TransAmériques. Espace GO’s Petite Salle (4890 St-Laurent), 9 p.m., $25/$30

Montreal indie rock band Brave Radar launch their new album Lion Head, with opener Christian Michael Jackson at Club Balattou. 4372 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $5

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