Today in Toronto

Today in Toronto: Short Film Fest, TV on the Radio, Introducing Suzy Lake, Will Kwan, Foxes In Fiction

Today in Toronto see the mesmerizing photographs of Suzy Lake - they've been up at the AGO for about a week, but the official opening for the ground breaking photographer's work is tonight. As always, the AGO is free Wednesday evenings, so it's a chance to see this unique, must-hit exhibit on a budget. At Trinity Square Video Reel Asian Film Fest will co-present Will Kwan's If All You Have is a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail, which looks to be a strange odyssey into CanCon and Toronto real estate.

Lovers of short films will want to be at Carlton Cinema for the International Short Film Festival, and indie music fans can chose between TV on the Radio and Foxes In Fiction, but Partynextdoor is sold out. If you want to get weird, Dufferin Mall is unveiling a "Mural of Toronto's Most Stylish." I'm very excited. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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