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My French Film Festival | Until Friday February 22 | On-line streaming | Hours

The 2019 “My French Film Festival” runs until February 22nd. It operates like any film festival, except that the viewer doesn’t have to go to the theatre: all films are available for screening online. All shorts are free but a pass is required to view feature-film length for €7.99 (CAD $12.10). Individual films can also be watched at any time for $1.99 Cad $3) An annual, month-long, online film festival it attracted last year seven million viewers across the world. This year, some 30 films, features, shorts and a documentary are being screened. including a few classics. Films compete for an audience award. Ten French feature films and ten French shorts are in competition.

Among the selection is Guillaume Canet's Rock n 'Roll - a successful comedy starring Marion Cotillard, and with an appearance by the late Johnny Halliday. There is also Ava, a first feature by Léa Mysius which premièred at the Critic's Week in Cannes in May 2017, and The Last Metro - François Truffaut's memorable 1980 wartime drama starring Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Dépardieu.

The Bentway's skating Trail | Until Thursday February 28 | The Bentway

The Bentway, the new urban park nicely tucked under the Gardiner, offers a skating trails in the winter and many activities. such as Kahlúa's "Après Skate"

Check the Bentway’s website for ice condition and event dates.

Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires | Until Sunday March 24 | Art Gallery of Ontario | Hours

This exhibition, developed in a creative partnership between the AGO and the Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans, presents a bold new collection of Thomas’s vibrant, colourful and provocative paintings, silkscreens, photographs, time-based media and site-specific installations exploring how Black women are represented in art and popular culture.

Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires is the first large-scale solo exhibition by this African-American contemporary artist to be staged in Canada. It will spark timely and urgent conversations about race, representational politics, Black celebrity culture and sexuality as seen through a Black queer feminist perspective.

The Motorcycle Show | From Friday February 15 to Sunday February 17 | Direct Energy Centre | Hours | Phone 416-263-3000

The Toronto Motorcycle Show is the biggest manufacturers show in Ontario, with a wide-ranging and exciting line-up of exhibitors that celebrates the motorcycle lifestyle. From the open road, to the track and to the trail, this is a chance for the public to see the newest models, plus the latest in technology, apparel, accessories and touring destinations.

Canadian International Auto Show | From Friday February 15 to Sunday February 24 | Metro Convention Centre | Hours | Phone 416-585-3660

The Auto Show strives to provide a “Total Automotive Experience”. Over 600,000 square feet of displays, prize giveaways and exhibits! It feature some of the world’s finest automobiles in the Auto Exotica section, a wide array of clean fuel-efficient vehicles in its Eco-Drive Showcase, as well as a Hot Rod Builders Showcase. Lots of cars and motorcycles on display.