If you haven’t seen director Ben Wheatley’s new film High-Rise, a J.G. Ballard adaptation starring Tom Hiddleston, we can assure you that it’s a one-of-a-kind twisted cinematic treat. (Enter a contest to win a copy of the novel or a poster signed by Wheatley here.) Cinéma du Parc (3575 Parc), 12:30 p.m., 4:40 p.m., 9 p.m., $12.50/$11 for students and seniors
Nearly 40 bars in Montreal (and one in Brossard) are participating in Negroni Week, the arguably underrated drink in the new wave of old school cocktails, made with gin, red vermouth and Campari. Give it a try at one of these locations.
It’s the second night in the FTA festival’s three-night run of Multiform(s), a show by Toronto dancer and choreographer Amanda Acorn. The hour-long piece features five dancers (including Acorn herself) paying homage to the work of painter Mark Rothko. Espace Libre (1945 Fullum), 9 p.m., $25/$30
Longtime Algonquin folk-rock musician Willy Mitchell plays Casa del Popolo tonight as part of the Suoni per il Popolo festival — it’s Suoni’s second and final show as part of their showcase of artists featured on Light in the Attic’s Native North America compilation (more about Mitchell and that comp here). He plays with the Beatrice Deer Band and Sipreano, following a screening of Mort Ransen’s short film You Are on Indian Land. 4873 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., $12/$15
See a Swollen City Records showcase at la Vitrola tonight, feat. NYC “wah punk” band Honey (feat. former members of Amen Dunes and Psychic Ills), Barbed Wire (NYC “street rock”) and locals Shotcallers (“thug rock” )and Cloaca (“blistering hardcore”). 4602 St-Laurent, 9 p.m., cover charge unknown