If you aren’t all Hot Docced out yet, there’s still plenty of fantastic non-fiction flicks to see (including City Idol, of course). Comrades in Dreams, a film about independent cinema owners around the world has been building up great word of mouth (today at 4:30 p.m. at Innis Town Hall). Tonight, drink in the first screening of Milk in the Land (Innis at 9:45 p.m.), a doc about how the world got hooked on the white stuff. At 11 p.m. at the Bloor, Reverend Billy preaches his stop shopping gospel in What Would Jesus Buy? Tomorrow, check out the macabre and comic Seven Dumpsters and a Corpse (11:30 at the Bloor). Saturday sees a second screenings of audience favourite Lovable (2:15 p.m. at the Isabel Bader), a look at love by local curmudgeon Alan Zweig.
Comrades in Dreams still courtesy Flying Moon Filmproduktion and Axel Schneppat.