Tipsheet November 3-17
+MOVING PICTURES The festival of movies about dance launches. At various venues. $10 per screening. ww.movingpicturesfestival.com.
+indian jewelry Primal scree therapists get outta Texas to freak out noise-lovers at the Boat. $7. www.myspace.com/futurprimitive.
Compagnie Marie Chouinard Chouinard's Body Remix/Goldberg Variations plays with ropes, crutches and prostheses to create innovative dance. Hummingbird. $35-$49. 416-872-2262.
+WATER The final film in Deepa Mehta's film trilogy probing the experience of women in India opens on screens across town.
FOX FORCE FIVE Hilarious Lauren Ash, Sarah Buski, Jan Caruana and Rica Eckersley riff on dating and relationships at Bad Dog Theatre. $10. firstname.lastname@example.org.
+Mark de clive-lowe UK-based Kiwi broken beat boss heats up the dancefloor at Supermarket. $10. 416-840-0501.
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL Winter FAIR Talk to the animals at the annual farmers' blowout. Exhibition Place. $12-$17. 416-872-7777.
+the duke spirit Smokin' Liela Moss and her swaggering Brit rock posse bring some piss 'n' vinegar to Ukula's Bright Lights fest. Distillery District. $25. email@example.com.
quintron N'Awlins wacky one-man gong 'n' organ band sets the Silver Dollar on fire with partner Miss Pussycat. $10.50. 416-763-9139.
petula clark British star of song and stage warbles her sunshiny tunes at the Hummingbird Centre. $39.50-$69.50. 416-872-2262.
broadcast Spacey UK electronic ensemble show off their newly streamlined incarnation - and a new disc - at Lee's Palace. $15. 416-532-1598.
Peaceweek Launch of a week of anti-war film showings and panels hosted by a number of U of T groups. Opener is the participatory Dance of Universal Peace. Hart House. Free. www.peaceweek.com
EDEET RAVEL Author of Giller short-listed A Wall Of Light reads at the Jewish Book Fair. $10. Bathurst JCC. 416-781-4322.
+okkervil river Hyperliterate singer Will Sheff unleashes his darkest heartland rock fantasies on Lee's Palace. $10. 416-532-1598.
BOREAL CELEBRATION Benefit for the Wildlands League with Justin Trudeau and Cathy Jones. Jane Mallett Theatre. $25. 416-971-WILD.
jann arden Smooth-voiced adult pop crooner beloved by soccer moms and sensitive hearts plays the first of five nights at Massey Hall. $49.50. 416-872-4255.
RED anniversary Guess what colour multidisciplinary series Red paints the town for its third-anniversary performance? Lula Lounge. $12-$15. 416-588-0307.
Iraq and the U.N. Denis Halliday, former UN humanitarian coordinator in Baghdad, talks. Free. Edward Johnston Building. wwwpeaceweek.com
GET RICH OR DIE TRYING Jim Sheridan's film, featuring 50 Cent in his screen debut, opens today.
The Dishwashers Playwright Morris Panych comes clean in a dark comedy set in an upscale restaurant. Tarragon. $17. 416-531-1827.
kanye west Rap powerhouse brings his Late Registration album to the Air Canada Centre. $45.50-69.50. 416-870-8000.
nine inch nails Trent Reznor renews his faith in industrial music and brings Queens of the Stone Age and DFA 1979 along for the ride. Air Canada Centre. $48.75-$58.75. 416-870-8000.
On The Death Of Ken Saro-Wiwa Celebrate his life with a performance of his play. Isabel Bader Theatre. $10-$20. 416-562-0982.
shyam selvadurai Book launch for Swimming In The Monsoon Sea. Free. Toronto Women's Bookstore, 73 Harbord. 416-922-8744.
peace teams Panel on the use of nonviolence in conflict zones - appropriate for Remembrance Day. Hart House. Free. wwwpeaceweek.com
floria sigismondi Multimedia artist celebrates her new photography book at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. Pwyc. www.pagesbooks.ca.
farm folk, city folk Conference on building new food alliances takes place today and Sat at the Royal Winter Fair. Free if booked at firstname.lastname@example.org. Saturday at North York Civic Centre. $15. 905-838-2507.
matt mays Hairy Haligonian rootsy rocker and his El Torpedo crew shake up the Opera House, Neil Young-style. $15. 416-870-8000.
derailed Jennifer Aniston's first film since Angelina ruined her life has its opening weekend.
stori ya Mesmerizing Rhoma Spencer plays a troubled woman determined not to lose her house, on at Harbourfront Centre from Nov 8 till Nov 13. $18-$23. 416-973-4000.
TIDELINE Catch a preview of Wajdi Mouawad's tale of war, exile and discovery that follows a man's attempt to bury his father in his native land. Factory Theatre. $12. 416-504-9971.
H.I.M. Ridiculously outlandish Finnish goth-rockers, oddly beloved of the skate-punk set, release the insanity at the Kool Haus. $23.50. 416-870-8000.
paradise now Powerful film tracking two men recruited as suicide bombers opens across town this weekend. One of the best of the year.
arctic monkeys Britrock buzz band and self-declared foes of the Kaiser Chiefs bet you look good on the Lee's Palace dancefloor. $10. 416-532-1598.
+jarhead Don't miss Sam Mendes' anti-war film, one of the best flicks of the year.
Derek Hodgson Last chance to see Hodgson's stunningly energetic paintings at Magic Pony Gallery. 416-861-1684.
bad religion SoCal hardcore outfit celebrate over two decades of punk rock mayhem at the Kool Haus. $34.50. 416-870-8000.
maude barlow/john ibbitson Anti-globalization activist Barlow debates the future of Canada with journalist Ibbitson at Innis Hall. $10, www.canadians.org.
the last days of judas iscariot A lawyer tries to prove the innocence of the New Testament's prime sinner in Stephen Adly Guirgis's dark, limbo-set comedy, today till Oct 20 at the Distillery District. $25. 416-872-1111.
bauhaus Attention 80s goths! It's time to restock on black eyeliner - the princes of brood return! Kool Haus. $42.50. 416-870-8000.
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performers for life Cocktail reception with live music and a silent auction benefits Fife House. $25. National Ballet of Canada. 416-205-9888 ext 41.