Today in Toronto

Today in Toronto: Open Show, All The Libraries, Trash Palace, Dames Making Games, I for Iran, Spooky Bitch

Today in Toronto Open Show's international multimedia series is back for a third appearance in Toronto - read more here. Carbon Paper will pull off a huge undertaking: their super cool pop up library will feature a huge collection of all-Canadian publications and magazines, with a stacked schedule of events between March 19-29. The opening is tonight. You can also see a show of Daniel Rotsztain's "All the Libraries" drawings.

Toronto feminist org Dames Making Games are hosting a gaming workshop totally free of charge on Thursday evening - just register first. At TIFF, the I for Iran series, curated by Iranian filmmakers, is screening a can't-miss retrospective until until April 3rd. Tonight you can see Abbas Kiarostami's 1974 film The Traveler. Culty Trash Palace will screen forgotten William Castle film Let's Kill Uncle at Cinecycle. For more events, click on over to our events section.

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Photo by Nam Phi Dang via Open Show

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