Clear Thursday Jan. 21 on your calendars. Windsor International Film Festival's year-long series has two major films on tap that night. One is Big Fan, Robert D. Siegel's directorial debut about impoverished and football-crazed males where sports are a substitute for lack of self-esteem. The other is Lars von Trier's Antichrist, also released last year, a searing film that addresses the big questions and has been regarded as everything from a grand belly flop to a brilliant classic. Both films are at the Capitol Theatre in downtown Windsor. The first, Big Fan, begins at 6.45, the second, Antichrist, at 9. Should be a great night.