Monday, Oct. 10

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Gimme Danger

A new friperie/café/art gallery opens today in Ville Émard called Archibald & Alistair, and they’ll be celebrating today with an opening party and vernissage complete with live music, free samples of the café’s vegetarian, gluten-free menu and an art expo featuring works by Allison Morris, Jasmine Ethier, Alexandre Bouffard and Jon Estwards. 6361 Monk, 4–9 p.m., free

Head to Cagibi for a conversation on Suicide, Conflict and Repair in the Queer community with authors Sarah Shulman (Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility and the Duty of Repair) and Morgan M Page (Plenitude Magazine, Feministing, Tits and Sass). 5490 St-Laurent, 7 p.m., free

Canadian/European producer Adam Traynor premieres his new online comedy series Le Ball Trap with an event at the Festival du nouveau cinéma. Following a screening of the series, the show’s soundtrack composer Victor Le Masne will perform live, as will violinist/composer Sarah Neufeld and indie rock anthemists the World Provider. Agora Hydro-Québec UQAM (175 Président-Kennedy), 7 p.m., $13/$11 with Accès Montréal tour/$9 for students & seniors

Texas electronic act Neon Indian plays the Fairmount with local openers Wake Island. 5240 Parc, doors 7 p.m., $22.50

American indie auteur filmmaker Jim Jarmusch has made a documentary about punk legends Iggy Pop and the Stooges — Gimme Danger — and after screenings at Cannes and other stops on the festival circuit, the film comes to Montreal’s FNC. Quartier Latin (350 Emery), 9:15 p.m., $13/$11 with Accès Montréal card/$9 students and seniors

See our reviews of three more films screening at the Festival du nouveau cinéma here.

See our Event Listings for more concert, nightlife, theatre, comedy and community event options. See our Art Listings here.

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