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The top free things to do in Toronto this week will take you around the world without leaving the city. There's a cool photography show at 401 Richmond about the United Arab Emirates coastline, a Samurai film screening, and a David Bowie tribute show to take you to another planet completely.
It's been one year since Davie Bowie passed away. This edition of Indie Night will be a celebration of his spirit. 15 acts will be performing over 30 of his greatest songs. Doors open at 8 p.m. and as always, there's no cover.
This landmark documentary follows the Rolling Stones on their notorious 1969 U.S. tour when 300,000 members of the love generation collided with a few dozen Hells Angels at San Francisco's Altamont Speedway. It was all captured on film and immortalized in this epic doc.
Circuit Gallery at 401 Richmond presents an exhibition of ten large-scale photographs by Philip Cheung from "The Edge," a new project that follows the 1300 kilometre coastline of the United Arab Emirates looking at the region's rapid development and transformation.
Part of the Japan Foundations's free film series at Hot Docs, this movie about a stoic warrior who longs for his far-away family, and finds surprising companionship in a kidnapped cat is a hilarious and heartwarming tale. Get there 30 minutes before doors open at 1 p.m. to make sure you get a seat.
Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
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