TIFF Kids International Film Festival The festival formerly known as Sprockets continues this weekend with lots of family-friendly offerings, all at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. See related story.
The Deep Blue Sea Masterful British director Terence Davies (The Long Day Closes, The House Of Mirth) adapts the Terence Rattigan play about a love triangle in 1950s London, with terrific performances by Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston. See review and interview with Davies.
Quicksand/Nine Hari Krishnan's bold and colourful two-part work explores gender, sexuality and different cultures. At the Fleck on Saturday. See listing.
Armide Opera Atelier mounts Jean-Baptiste Lully's opera about jealousy and vengeance. At the Elgin Saturday and Sunday. See listing.
Green Living Show This three-day fest of planet friendly tech and consumer products plus panels, and an eco fashion marketplace demonstrates that enviro choices are ever-available. Featured speakers include former mayor David Miller, Eva Selhub, eco-author Your Brain on Nature, environmental lawyer Stephen Hazell, Environmental Defence's Rick Smith, NOW's Adria Vasil, Whole Food's Ron St. Jean and more. 10 am-9 pm; Apr 15, 10 am-6 pm. $15, stu/srs $11. Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place. See listing.
Promise 12th Anniversary The innovative Toronto party promoters (best known for their summer Cherry Beach parties) celebrate 12 years with a good old-fashioned warehouse party Saturday night. See listing.
Camilla Singh and Jenn Goodwin Harbourfront's HATCH program of four weekly experimental performances, curated this year by Jess Dobkin, kicks off with this collaboration in which curator/artist Singh and dancer Goodwin explore areas of non-expertise and uncertainty as the rock band Mortified. At the Studio Theatre. See listing.
ARTbus A bus leaves OCAD U to take in Canadian video artist Mark Lewis's Rush Hour, Morning And Evening, Cheapside and the William Kurelek retrospective at the Art Gallery of Hamilton and Berlin-based Israeli video/installation artist Keren Cytter's Based On A True Story at Oakville Galleries.