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Public Space Invaders III Tonight!

Last year I went to Spacing's Public Space Invaders, a film night featuring a collection of short films about Toronto's public spaces, and had a grand old time. From a send-up of wannabe urban explorers to archival footage of the design competition that brought us City Hall, each film brought something unique and interesting to the evening.

This year's line up looks even better, with lo-fi sci-fi films, an excerpt from a documentary about base jumping, a film about the Don River, and many more. For those who like to keep the night going on a Wednesday, live music will follow the films in the form of Love, Anna, and Mariposa.

The evening takes place in the Drake Underground, and the doors open at 7:30. Films begin at 8:00. If last year's experience was any indication, you'll want to get there early to make sure you get a good seat.


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