15° & CLOUDY ON MONDAY 24 APRIL IN MELBOURNE
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    • SUNDAY SOCIAL POP-UP

      Brisbane's threads-loving crew have headed south.

    • EXIT

      Immerse yourself in a 360-degree wake-up call.

    • COLOSSAL

      This destructive monster movie doubles as a smart critique on gender politics.

    • RAW SUNDAYS

      This Footscray studio will open up for an afternoon of live music, beer and paella.

    • PERSONAL SHOPPER

      Kristen Stewart sends texts to the afterlife in this unsettling arthouse ghost story.

    • THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

      The furious family is back for another exhilarating ride.

    • DENIAL

      A gripping and uncomfortably timely drama.

    • PAELLA FESTIVAL

      A two-day event entirely dedicated to paella.

    • TINO RAZO: PARTY IN THE BACK

      The South-Cali-based skater and photographer brings his characteristically nostalgic photographs to Melbourne.

    • SPANISH FILM FESTIVAL 2017

      With 38 features on the bill, from Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's latest Trip to bank robber thrillers and Goya-winning revenge flicks.

    • CERTAIN WOMEN

      A trio of understated vignettes featuring some of the year's best female performances.

    • RAW

      An intense, violent, surprisingly relatable film about adolescence…and cannibalism.

    • BERLIN SYNDROME

      This intense psychological thriller will make you want to burn your passport.

    • MELBOURNE VEGAN BAKE SALE

      Grab a vegan treat and help animals in need.

    • HOUSE OF MIRRORS

      Lose yourself in a Dark MOFO's kaleidoscopic mirror maze.

    • CHEN WEI: THE CLUB

      Explore the unique subculture of Chinese nightclubs in the photographer's first Australian solo exhibition.

    • TOP ARTS 2017

      Check out the overachievers of the Class of 2016.

    • CLAIRE LAMBE: MOTHER HOLDING SOMETHING HORRIFIC

      A confronting foray into the Melbourne-based artist's psychological and profound body of work.

    • EMILY FLOYD: ICELANDIC PUFFINS

      Floyd pairs cheerful toy-like designs with confrontational text to make a statement on Iceland's financial crisis.

    • LOUISE HEARMAN

      Discover (or revisit) the Australian artist's otherworldly paintings at Victoria's most picturesque gallery.

    • CHIPS

      Some TV reboots are better left un-rebooted.

    • MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017

      Hundreds of humorists will descend upon dozens of Melbourne venues to tickle your funny bone.

    • LIFE

      Intelligent life on Mars, perhaps, but none in this by-the-numbers sci-fi horror flick.

    • BECKY LUCAS: LITTLE BITCH

      A show from one of comedy's up-and-comers about drunk emailing, sharehouse living and sex while wearing a backpack.

    • LAURA DAVIS: CAKE IN THE RAIN

      One of our favourite acts from last year's MICF returns with what's set to be another uproariously entertaining show.

    • HE AN: DO YOU THINK YOU CAN HELP HER BROTHER?

      A neon installation work made with letters taken from Beijing shopfronts.

    • GHOST IN THE SHELL

      Visually stunning but sorely lacking in brain power.

    • THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE

      An entertaining, self-aware take on cinema's grumpiest superhero.

    • LAND OF MINE

      A tense, emotional if somewhat predictable Danish war drama featuring a unique and compelling hook.

    • PEOPLE I HAVE MET: PORTRAITS BY FRANCIS REISS

      See the work of one of the most distinguished portrait photographers of our time.

    • A CURE FOR WELLNESS

      It won't be remembered as a landmark horror flick, but this over-the-top effort is still entertainingly unnerving.

    • BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

      This lavish adaptation of Disney's classic fairy tale blends nostalgia with a refreshing sense of progress.

    • POWER RANGERS

      Breakfast Club meets Fantastic Four...with underwhelming results.

    • LOVING

      An intimate true story about love in the face of prejudice.

    • WILLIAM EGGLESTON PORTRAITS

      A comprehensive collection of the American photographer's portraits of suburban life in the South.

    • THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

      This captivating doco was the darling of last year's festival circuit.

    • BROOK ANDREW: THE RIGHT TO OFFEND IS SACRED

      See more than 100 of the uncompromising Australian artist's works in one place.

    • CHARLES BLACKMAN: SCHOOLGIRLS

      Loneliness and isolation expressed through the works of one of Australia's most important living artists.

    • BLACK STAR PASTRY POP-UP

      The cult Sydney bakery is bringing its watermelon cake to Melbourne.

    • POLITICAL ACTS: PIONEERS OF PERFORMANCE ART IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

      A showcase of preeminent artists from Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, Myanmar and beyond.

    • GROOVE THERAPY

      Let out all those feelings in this weekly no-judgement dance class.

    • CAMBERWELL SUNDAY MARKET

      Arguably Melbourne's best secondhand clothing market.

    • HANK MARVIN MARKET

      Southside just got a regular market full of top-notch grub.

    • DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE

      A fascinating look at the life of the famous film critic and the iconic local titles he helped champion.

    • KONG: SKULL ISLAND

      Big, dumb and fun, Kong is an exhilarating, old-school action-adventure romp.

    • THE SALESMAN

      The latest Oscar-winning drama from Iran's Asghar Farhadi makes for compelling viewing, even if it feels a tad familiar.

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