A daily guide to Columbia’s film and arts festival, going on through April 21
Tonight, a screening of “Aryl & Ybur”: Instead of “Teen Wolf,” you get pre-teen wolves in this comedy. And the young wolves don’t like the taste of vegetarians. 6 p.m. at Tapp’s Art Center. At 11 p.m., there will be a pizza party at The Whig, the Main Street bar that has become a fine late-dining establishment. Belk Boys and Yacht Rock DJ Adam Cox will perform. The Whig is at 1200 Main St.; Free
Also, get another chance to see "We Cause Scenes," a documentary about Columbia native Charlie Todd, who heads an improv/prankster group in New York City. Screening is at 8:30 p.m. at the Nickelodeon.
More stories, photos and previews of Indie Grits events at thestate.com/entertainment