Sun., March 24, 2019 MONDAY ANTHROPOCENE Watch this if: You want to see the year’s best Canadian docs the way they should be seen (i.e. big). The winner of the Toronto Film Critics Association’s award for the best Canadian film of 2018, ANTHROPOCENE launches a series of big-screen showings of docs vying for top honours at the Canadian Screen Awards on March 31. Two of the film’s three directors, Nick de Pencier and Edward Burtynsky, will be on hand to talk about the issues raised by the team’s visually stunning and deeply worrying portrait of a world in transition. The Canadian Screen Arts Festival continues at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema through the week with Take Light, Transformer, What Walaa Wants and Letter From Massanjia, four more great examples of homegrown nonfiction fare. (Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, 506 Bloor St. W., 8 p.m.) —Jason Anderson Article Continued Below TUESDAY The Cherry Orchard Watch this if: You … [Read more...] about This week in Toronto: The Cherry Orchard, a music combo featuring power drill and vampires move to the U.S.