Monday, Dec. 5

* Screening of Vincent Biron’s Prank (with English subs)
* Climate change activist doc The Yes Men Are Revolting
* An Evening of Queer Cinema 3
* Stand-up comics DeAnne Smith & Chantel Marostica
* Ultimate Painting, EZTV and le Vaisseau d’Or live


The Yes Men Are Revolting

In case you missed your chance to see Quebec filmmaker Vincent Biron’s Prank when it was in theatres in October, the Phi Centre is hosting a screening tonight (in its original French with no subtitles). Do yourself a favour and check out this landmark mumblequeb™ movie. 407 St-Pierre, 7:30 p.m., $11.75/$9.50

Cinema Politica and Éco-quartier Villeray present The Yes Men Are Revolting, a 2014 film in which the American activist duo take on the issue of climate change. Patro le Prevost (7355 Christophe-Colomb), 7:30 p.m., $5/$10/PWYC

The third edition of NDQ’s local short film series, An Evening of Queer Cinema, showcases over a dozen shorts reflecting the theme Routine, created by Montreal indie filmmakers including Ricky Leach, Nikki Forrest, Mark Durand and Camille Jamelen. 32 Beaubien E., 8 p.m., free

This week’s edition of There’s Something Funny Going On at the Blue Dog promises to be extra-special, featuring co-headliners DeAnne Smith and Winnipeg’s Chantel Marostica, rolling through town on their SiriusXM-backed Queer and Present Danger tour, also featuring the comedic talents of Amanda McQueen, Ashley Moffatt, Ellie MacDonald and more. 3958 St-Laurent, 8:30 p.m., PWYC

British duo Ultimate Painting, known for their old-school jangly guitars and indie pop stylings, play Casa del Popolo with NYC openers EZTV and le Vaisseau d’Or. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $12/$15

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