Today in Toronto: Winter Kept Us Warm, Scheherazade, Handlebar, Unintentionally Depressing Children's Tales
Another Monday is upon us, and tonight TO's favourite experimental film screening night Early Monthly Segments returns to The Gladstone with David Secter's 1965 Toronto-based film, Winter Kept Us Warm, the first Canadian English language film to make it into Cannes.
Meanwhile Videofag in Kensington Market hosts Unintentionally Depressing Children's Tales: a "workshop presentation" featuring projections, stories, and a subversive bent." A stone's throw away you can hear a bountiful roster of musical talent doing short sets, or check out Scheherazade, part of the Next Stage Festival.
- EARLY MONTHLY SEGMENTS #59 : David Secter's "Winter Kept Us Warm"
- Unintentionally Depressing Children's Tales
- Handlebar - Many Performers
- Next Stage Festival: Scheherazade