Monday, Feb. 27

* Oscar movies at Parc
* Iggy Pop dance show Idiot
* Comedyworks’ reformatted open mic
* 35mm screening of The Limey
* Pill, Lungbutter and Mono No Aware live
* Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears live


Pill. Photo by Peter Senzamici

If you’re wondering who really deserved that Best Picture Oscar, both Moonlight and La La Land are playing at Cinéma du Parc, as are a pair of excellent Academy Award nominees, German film Toni Erdmann and U.S. feature documentary I Am Not Your Negro. 3575 Parc, various times, $12/$9.50 students & seniors

Helen Simard’s new dance show Idiot — the second installment in her three-part ode to Iggy Pop — begins its four-day run at la Chapelle, and although there’s a waiting list for tonight’s premiere, tickets are available for shows on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. 3700 St-Dominique, 7 p.m., $33.50, $28.50 students/seniors/art pros/people under 30, $18.50 kids under 12

ComedyWorks launches a new format for their open mic night tonight, hosted by Chris Sandiford and featuring stand-up sets by established and emerging comedic talents. 1238 Bishop, 8 p.m., $5 includes free ticket to a weekend ComedyWorks show

Bar le Ritz PDB resident film screening series Cinéma 1999 presents a 35mm projection of  The Limey, director Steven Soderbergh’s 1999 revenge thriller starring Terence Stamp and Luis Guzmán. 179 Jean-Talon W., 9 p.m., $10

Fans of post-punk, riot grrrl and (especially) no wave, come check out Brooklyn’s Pill, with Montreal openers Lungbutter and Mono No Aware at Casa del Popolo. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $10/$13

Across the street at la Sala Rossa, Montréal en Lumière welcomes bluesy soul singer Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears with support from Dams of the West, a solo project of Vampire Weekend’s Chris Tomson. 4848 St-Laurent, 9:30 p.m., $21.50/$18 in advance