toronto events july 25

Radar: Prosecutor, Confidential Records #36, Light Bringers Art Show, Garage Electronique, Fresh Wednesdays

FILM | Free Favourites at Four presents Prosecutor
For those of you with some time off, or shortened 'summer hours' at work, the NFB Mediatheque presents an afternoon screening of Barry Stevens' 2010 documentary, Prosecutor. This film is partly based on Erna Paris' book The Sun Climbs Slow: The International Criminal Court and the Struggle for Justice. The question of how to bring powerful figures to justice for heinous crimes against humanity is the crux of this film, and its narrative and follows the International Criminal Court's first trials via the Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo.
NFB Mediatheque (150 John Street) 4PM FREE

MUSIC | Don't Touch That Dial Presents: Confidential Records #36
Don't Touch That Dial presents the Harris Institute's Confidential Records showcase, and this will be the 36th one since the school has opened. This event will feature several local bands: Mittenz, Oscar Tango, Reverse Grip, and Paint. The first 100 guests to pass through the door are promised a special gift, so be sure to arrive early! All attendees will be able to download a special compilation album of the featured bands, as well.
The Garrison (1197 Dundas Street West) 9PM $10

ART | Light Bringers Art Show
A very different art exhibit opens today at Gallery 1313 on Queen West. "Light Bringers" is a group showing of artists who have explored the world of the Occult, and draw upon these experiences to shed 'light' on our world. Artists featured in the show include Alejandro Freeland, Calla Donofrio, David Carlton, Jennifer Humphries, John Nobrega, Jubal Brown, and Sins. Tonight's opening event will include live performances by Sins and Jubal Brown.
Gallery 1313 (1313A Queen Street West) 1PM FREE

Local music promoters Exhale have put together an awesome lineup of music at Clinton's tonight. These guys have a mandate of "breathing fresh and new ideas into live music," and tonight you will be introduced to Hamilton's Norfolk, the blues/rock stylings of The Howll, The Auras' psych-rock trip, and the female-fronted trio, The Lost Babies. Supporting independent music always feels good, so this is an event to consider checking out.
Clintons (693 Bloor Street West) 9PM $6


Garage Electronique
Fresh Wednesdays

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