Public Provocative Porn Good For Her presents the year's best in feminist film, screening tonight at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema. See listing.
The Adaptation Process Michael Trent unveils his new work loosely based on a 1974 piece by Mitchell Rose called Following Station Identification, tonight at the Dancemakers Centre for Creation, until April 29. See story.
Laugh Sabbath Levi MacDougall, Mark Little, host Adam Christie and others deliver alternative comedy at the Comedy Bar. See listing.
Hospital Gown Action to End Police Violence Why do police keep killing those with mental health issues? That's the key question a coalition of groups are asking as they don hospital gowns to remember the victims of the last twenty years. Participants will protest outside Toronto Police Headquarters at 40 College at 12:30. At 1:30, the Police Services Board begins, where police accountability members will make submissions calling for better officer training to solve this systemic problem. Free. See a report on the issue here.
Keren Cytter As part of the Images Festival, New York-based Israeli artist Cytter, who plays with media conventions in films, videos, drawings and fiction, presents a theatrical performance entitled I Eat Pickles At Your Funeral, mixing onstage and offstage narratives, rehearsals, inner monologues and video fragments. (A survey of Cytter's work, Based On A True Story, hangs at Oakville Galleries.) Tonight and tomorrow at the Al Green Theatre.
Massive Party Bruno Billio orchestrates this year's AGO fundraising bash, with entertainment, art installations, food and drink. The event includes discussion on Twitter at #thefutureofartis. See listing.