Radar: March 25th, 2009
Toronto events on the Radar for WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25th, 2009
...lovingly handpicked from blogTO's events calendar
FILM | 7th Annual Female Eye Film Festival
Film screenings, panel discussions, script readings, and parties, honouring films made by women. Various locations, but tonight's opening gala starts at the Bloor with Deborah Kampmeier's Hounddog (Dakota Fanning and Robin Wright Penn star). Q+A follows, as well as an after-party at Pauper's Pub, 2nd Floor.
Bloor Cinema, 506 Bloor Street W.
7-930pm / $10, $2 students/seniors/WIFT
LECTURE | Talking Street Art
A discussion and debate about street art in Toronto, followed by a Q+A. With panellists Councillor Adam Vaughan, artist Dan Bergeron (aka fauxreel), artistic director of MOCCA David Liss, and curator Devon Ostrom.
Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park. (416) 586-8000.
630-830pm / FREE
ENVIRONMENT | Designing a Post-Carbon World
2008 Green Toronto Award winner Greg Allen discusses possible solutions for a nice and healthy green future.
Toronto City Hall Committee Room 1, 2nd Floor, 100 Queen Street W.
7pm / FREE
FILM | The Night of the Hunter at Innis Town Hall
The Next Projection Film Society presents a free screening of the 1955 creepy classic The Night of the Hunter, starring Robert Mitchum. Author, television host, and Toronto Star media critic Geoff Pevere introduces the film as part of the University of Toronto Celebration of the Arts festival.
Innis Town Hall. 2 Sussex Avenue.
7pm / FREE
MUSIC | Prodigy at Koolhaus
The crazy band behind '90s "Firestarter" is back with a new tour and album to kill that one-hit-wonder plague.
Koolhaus, 132 Queens Quay E. (416) 869-0045.
9pm door / $30-40
STAGE | You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown
A family-friendly musical production that'll remind you of comic strip ink stains and warm holidays in front of the television. Runs to March 28.
Papermill Theatre at Todmorden Mills, 67 Pottery Road.
8pm / $15-20
WORDS | International Readings: Open Stage Night
Gearing up for National Poetry month in April, Harbourfront celebrates with readings by 20 young poets, all 35 and younger, to celebrate the series' 35 years of programming. Bert Archer hosts.
Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre. 235 Queens Quay W.
7pm / $8, FREE students + members
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