Notable films for Easter, Canada and Earth Day

And more, including a shocking space trip, a teen talent hunt, an appreciation of The Little Prince and a Latin American tale long used to keep children in line
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"Never the Last," a virtuosic séance

Delinquent Theatre's haunting musical evocation of 1920's Bohemian romance

Two good kids films (though one is better for adults) and then rampant juvenilia with Hellboy

And more: the real Mary Magdalene story; the origin of Stockholm syndrome and a growing young again fantasy called Little. (Plus, three also rans).

A rock and a hard place

Topical two-hander from Cave Canem packs powerful punch at Pacific Theatre

Super hero fun, a not so good Stephen King adaptation and a daffy Ronaldo clone

And more: a guitar maker keeps the old ways, a banned Iranian filmmaker carries on, pre-World War I tremors in Europe, the underclass in Brazil and thoughts on fidelity in Toronto

Heteronymous harmonies

Elias Quartet treats FOCM to Schumann, Schubert, Beamish and Scotticisms

Notes on the revised Dumbo; some worthy Canadian films and hot fun with McConaughey in Florida

And more: a glorious stroll through New York, ghosts in Quebec, indigenous struggle in Ontario and taming horses and yourself in a Nevada prison

"(After Chekhov)" - a hard act to follow

Parmar transplants "Orchard" to 1970's Okanagan Sikh ranch on Arts Club's Stanley stage

Heart and ginger, returning to the root

Taiwan's Tjimur Theatre offers Van International Dance Fest workshop for local indigenous artists

Going steady, 1340's-style

Blue Heron medievalists regale EMV with Machaut's courtly love notes

Learning the ropes at Massey Theatre

The sets are the stars in "A Vista," by Fight with a Stick Performance

Us, an artful horror movie, also three good ones back in town from the film festival

They would be Woman at War, from Iceland, Ash is Purest White, from China and the Hummingbird Project, made in Quebec