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    Honk! Untitled Goose Exhibition

    Tuesday, September 17, 2024 - Sunday, February 16, 2025

    ACMI, Melbourne

    Start honking: this free world-premiere 'Untitled Goose Game' celebration at ACMI showcases everyone's favourite horrible goose.

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    Longlegs

    Thursday, July 18 - Wednesday, August 14, 2024

    Various cinemas in Melbourne

    Featuring Nicolas Cage as its namesake and 'It Follows' star Maika Monroe as the FBI agent on his trail, this is horror at its most unshakeable.

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    When Night Comes — Broad Encounters

    Tuesday, June 11 - Saturday, August 24, 2024

    The Austral, Collingwood

    A dark, decadent and delicious evening awaits at this multi-sensory performance at The Austral.

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    Melbourne International Film Festival

    Thursday, August 8 - Sunday, August 25, 2024

    Various cinemas in Melbourne

    Movie lovers, rejoice: MIFF is back for another winter, filling Melbourne's cinemas with more than 250 films across 18 days in August.

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    Twisters

    Thursday, July 11 - Wednesday, July 31, 2024

    Various cinemas in Melbourne

    No one usually wants a storm to strike twice, but this disaster franchise has swirled up a second must-see, this time directed by 'Minari' Oscar-nominee Lee Isaac Chung.

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    Fly Me to the Moon

    Thursday, July 11 - Wednesday, July 31, 2024

    Various cinemas in Melbourne

    Scarlett Johansson is a delight in this space-race rom-com co-starring Channing Tatum, but the 60s-set film itself is just entertaining enough.

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    MaXXXine

    Thursday, July 11 - Wednesday, July 31, 2024

    Various cinemas in Melbourne

    Mia Goth mesmerises again in this follow-up to 'X' and 'Pearl', which is the stylish, witty and gory 80s-set third effort that this horror franchise firmly deserves.

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    Kinds of Kindness

    Thursday, July 11 - Wednesday, July 31, 2024

    Various cinemas in Melbourne

    After 'The Favourite' and 'Poor Things', Emma Stone and Yorgos Lanthimos are three from three with this spiky triptych with an award-winning trio of performances by Jesse Plemons.

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    Winter Gin Market

    Friday, July 26 - Saturday, July 27, 2024

    The Craft & Co., Collingwood

    Taste and buy some of Australia's best gins at this two-day winter showcase at Smith Street's The Craft & Co.

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    'The Lord of the Rings' Marathon — Extended Edition

    Saturday, July 27 - Sunday, July 28, 2024

    Select cinemas in Melbourne, Various locations

    Stock up on lembas bread to make it through all three films, back to back and in their extended forms, on the big screen.

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    New York’s Buildings on Top of Buildings

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    The Most Magnificent Stadiums in Olympic History

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    Positive Posters Use Design to Highlight Global issues

    This creative initiative is a competition and exhibition asking designers worldwide what they think the most pressing global issues are.

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    A Short Film Made Using Musical Bicycle Parts

    Brooklyn artist Stephen Meierding has pulled bicycles apart in order to make his short film 'Bicycle Sounds'.

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    Nine of the World’s New Futuristic Buildings

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    Giant LEGO Structures Around the World

    To celebrate LEGO's 50th Anniversary in Australia, take a look at the most spectacular giant LEGO structures from around the world.

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    20 Quirky and Creative Beds

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    A Bookcase That Cleverly Stores Chairs and Tables

    As If From Nowhere gives you both storage space and a dining set that can be easily assembled for unexpected guests.

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    Turn Your Bike Frame into a Basket

    This simple yet effective design comes in two parts: one long piece of elastic and a sheet of clear plastic buttons.

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    The New Invention For Long-Distance Lovers

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    Ten Beautifully Creative Desk Spaces

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    Ryosuke Fukusada’s Wooden Light Bulb

    Using an ancient technique called 'rokuro', the bulb features an LED light wrapped in a thin layer of wood.

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    Japanese Firm Designs Mobile Pod Home

    Calling all nomads and avid campers: a Japanese company has now designed a mobile pod home that will fit in a mini van and can be assembled on any terrain.

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    An Umbrella That Makes 8-Bit Sounds in the Rain

    Ever wondered what the rain sounds like in an 8-bit form?

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    Samsung Launches Smart TV

    Don't mention the term 'idiot box' around these sleek machines.

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    Infamous Dictators Get Hipster Makeovers

    Ronallman's illustrations prove that hipster wardrobes might be better suited to conservative nutjobs.

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    TEDxSydney Speakers Talk Robots, Quantum Computing and Imaginary Friends

    TEDxSydney speakers explain if we should feel safe around robots, where to get an imaginary friend and how to explain quantum computing to children.

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    Concrete Playground Spends 18 Minutes with Curator of TED, Chris Anderson

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    Beautiful Glass Houses from Around the World

    Architects across the world are adopting the age-old Egyptian ritual of exhibitionism in their design of some very 'open' houses.

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    Reviving Dead Words with Beautiful Typography

    A blog called The Dead Words is using thematically appropriate typography to breathe new life into, well, dead words.

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    Five Emerging Australian Fashion Designers You Need to Know

    Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia wrapped up last Friday after showcasing the best of local fashion design against the backdrop of Sydney Harbour.

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    Win Tickets to 7 Kinds of Happiness

    Seven seminars with major industry heavyweights explore how happiness impacts the practice of leading local and international designers.

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    A Glamping Guide for Music Festivals

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