Sunday, Sept. 30

* Film POP presents Hommage to the late Mark Smith
* Ninos du Brazil at Piccolo Rialto
* Art-Latté Olympics at Riverside Bar
* Henrik Schwarz at Piknic Électronik
* The Montreal Grand Open standup comedy contest

Henrik Schwarz

It’s the last day of the POP Montreal festival and while you can see loads of show recommendations here and here, here are a couple more POP events worth your time:

Film POP presents Hail the New Puritan, presented as an homage to the late Mark E. Smith, leader of the legendary band the Fall. Charles Atlas’s 1987 film presents a day in the life of choreographer Michael Clark in a faux-cinéma vérité style while also featuring a who’s who of ’80s post-punk icons, Smith included. Note that the venue (Cinéma Moderne) only has 54 seats so you will want to get there early. 5150 St-Laurent, 1 p.m., $12/$15.30

Italy’s Ninos du Brasil (established in 2012) blend techno, batucada, samba and punk. They’re headlining the late show at Piccolo Rialto with Tropico Bravo and the Tupi Collective. 5719 Parc, 11:30 p.m., $12/$15

The Th3rd Wave coffee app and Eight Ounce coffee suppliers present the Art-Latté Olympics, a barista showdown at St-Henri’s Riverside bar that’s free to the public, with free coffee to boot. (There will also be food on site, presumably to purchase.) 5020 St-Ambroise, 19 p.m., free

It’s the last Piknic Électronik of the year. Classic German deep house DJ Henrik Schwarz will be closing out the season. Locals Nymra & Sofisticated and Anti-anti will open the show. Parc-Jean Drapeau, 2 p.m., $14.50/$16.50

The Montreal Grand Open, a stand-up comedy competition, is having its 4th preliminary round at McKibbons. Audience members vote for the best performer. 1426 Bishop, 7:30 p.m., $5.

For concert recommendations, consult our Music Listings and this week’s Hammer of the Mods.