18° & SUNNY ON WEDNESDAY 29 MARCH IN MELBOURNE
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    • PASSENGER

      A theatre work that takes place on a moving Melbourne bus.

    • 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.

    • LIFE

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

    • M FESTIVAL

      Celebrate Holi with a Nepalese dumpling festival.

    • ART BY TWILIGHT

      Wander through Heide's gallery and sculpture park after hours.

    • CULTURE WAVES

      Remi will play a free show to close Cultural Diversity Week.

    • HOT DUB WINE MACHINE

      Music and wine come together for a party in the vines.

    • ALLIANCE FRANCAISE FRENCH FILM FESTIVAL 2017

      This year sees 45 formidable films on offer, from the Audrey Tatou-starring Jacques Cousteau biopic to Venice Film Festival highlight Planetarium.

    • MELBOURNE DESIGN WEEK 2017

      The NGV will host Melbourne's first dedicated local design week.

    • THE FAMILY

      This documentary about one of Australia's most notorious cults will chill you to the bone.

    • CERES HARVEST FESTIVAL 2017

      Music, baked goods and giant vegetables — all to raise money for Brunswick East's environmental park.

    • TRAINSPOTTING LIVE

      See the cult film played out live on stage.

    • MELBOURNE QUEER FILM FESTIVAL 2017

      Take your pick from 135 features, shorts and documentaries focused on LGBTIQ stories.

    • LATE NIGHT HARLEM SUPPER CLUB

      A post-midnight three-course feast.

    • THE DEATH AND LIFE OF OTTO BLOOM

      This small scale Australian sci-fi romance has a fascinating premise, but ultimately fails to deliver.

    • SPOON IN-STORE APPEARANCE

      An intimate, stripped down mini-show before their headline Melbourne show.

    • LOVING

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

    • MARTIN KING AND PETER SHARP: NATUROPHILIA

      Two artists explore the intersection of nature and technology.

    • THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

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

    • WOW - WOMEN OF THE WORLD FESTIVAL

      A three-day festival celebrating women, culminating in a free gig with Sampa The Great

    • PLAY ON SERIES TWO

      Classical and electronic music combine in a Collingwood car park.

    • A CURE FOR WELLNESS

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

    • YUM CHA SUNDAYS

      Cure your Sunday arvo blues with dumplings at The National Hotel in Richmond.

    • WILLIAM EGGLESTON PORTRAITS

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

    • DANCE MASSIVE 2017

      Melbourne's two-week festival of contemporary dance.

    • DAVID STRATTON: A CINEMATIC LIFE

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

    • NOISY RITUAL VINTAGE 2017

      Try your hand at winemaking (and wine drinking) at this five-week mini festival at Melbourne's first urban winery.

    • ANTI—GRAVITY — CHUNKY MOVE

      A new highly physical dance work inspired by the clouds.

    • T2: TRAINSPOTTING

      This highly anticipated sequel is packed with nostalgia, for better and for worse.

    • BROOK ANDREW: THE RIGHT TO OFFEND IS SACRED

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

    • THE GREAT WALL

      This massive Chinese-American co-production suffers from thin characters, but visually it's outstanding.

    • HIDDEN FIGURES

      An inspiring true story buoyed by three infectious performances.

    • LAWRENCE WEINER: OUT OF SIGHT

      Jump your way down a free, 16-metre-long game of life hopscotch at the NGV.

    • POLITICAL ACTS: PIONEERS OF PERFORMANCE ART IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

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

    • BLACK STAR PASTRY POP-UP

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

    • PATRIOTS DAY

      This thriller about the Boston bombings is well crafted, but recent political developments make it a rather uncomfortable watch.

    • OUTSIDE: THE CLOUD

      An immersive online and IRL game played out all around the city.

    • THE BOOK OF MORMON

      Melburnians can finally get in on the crass magnum opus from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

    • WHO'S AFRAID OF COLOUR?

      Featuring 200 contemporary artworks by 118 Indigenous Australian women.

    • MOONLIGHT CINEMA 2016-17

      Another awesome outdoor film program for the summer.

    • ROOFTOP CINEMA 2016-17

      Another reason to spend your evenings outdoors for the next few months.

    • CAMEO OUTDOOR CINEMA 2016-17

      Puppies, patronuses and popcorn under the stars.

    • LIDO ON THE ROOF 2016-17

      Hawthorn's rooftop outdoor cinema returns.

    • HAVEN'T YOU ALWAYS WANTED...?

      The NGV's 2016 Architecture Commission is a dreamy pink car wash-inspired playground.

    • CREATING THE CONTEMPORARY CHAIR

      From transparent ghost chairs to those resembling killer whales.

    • BIG BOTTOM(LESS) SUNDAYS AT GINGERBOY

      Three words: bottomless boozy brunch.

    • CAMBERWELL SUNDAY MARKET

      Arguably Melbourne's best secondhand clothing market.

    • HANK MARVIN MARKET

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

    • MISS SLOANE

      Jessica Chastain delivers a masterclass in this taut political thriller.

    • JASPER JONES

      A young local cast does terrific work in this engaging adaptation of a beloved Australian novel.

    • LOGAN

      A violent, gritty, soulful tribute to the character behind so much of this franchise's enduring popularity.

    • CHARLES BLACKMAN: SCHOOLGIRLS

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

    • FIST FIGHT

      An early contender for the worst movie of the year.

    • AQUARIUS

      Sônia Braga is spectacular in this masterful Brazilian drama.

    • RINGS

      This unwanted horror sequel is an even bigger drag than its villain's hairdo.

    • 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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