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Weekends are precious. Two glorious days devoid of responsibility and overflowing with possibility. Luckily, Melbourne's got plenty happening to make sure you don't spend the days indoors binge-watching Netflix and instead discovering new bars, absorbing art and feasting your way through food markets. Here are our picks of the weekend's happenings.
Head to one of many Melbourne Art Fair events, track down an ethical clothing pop-up or snag free burgers.
Keeping your eyes glued to a computer screen has rarely been more thrilling.
Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively shine in this savagely entertaining thriller from 'Bridesmaids' director Paul Feig.
Never seen a million tulips in bloom? Now you can.
The cocktail lounge is running a series of 'boozy bites and dark delights' every weekend.
A new four-course roast to lure you out of the house on the laziest of Sundays.
Melbourne's best designers all in one place — and on sale.
A documentary as fascinating as the fashion designer at its centre.
Snag vintage threads from the likes of Adidas, Nike, Polo Sport and more — for as little as $5.
Learn how to make fresh gnocchi — then sit down to a bowl of it.
Chloë Grace Moretz turns in a career-best performance in this quietly revelatory look at life inside a gay conversion camp.
Taking over 150 Melbourne venues, this year's festival will transform the city into a virtual playground.
Joaquin Phoenix is at his wounded best in Lynne Ramsay's intense hitman thriller.
Featuring a drama about a dog-loving criminal and a flick about the scandalous life of former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Celebrating a medium that's gone, but not forgotten.
A dark comedy cabaret based on the true story of two women who were driven from their home during the recent postal vote.
This live art project will take one ordinary Melburnian to superstar status with films and parties in their honour.
Cast your vote in various spots around the city and see the results stack up in real-time.
The 87-year-old sculptor's first major Melbourne exhibition.
A food truck serving up free Macanese fare is cruising around Melbourne for five days.
Brunswick's Howler is hosting a yoga-filled Sunday session, complete with negronis and a DJ.
Celebrating the female instrumentalists who work hard to make the Australian music scene what it is.
Grab an ice cream and shop for new pieces from local designers at Fed Square.
An adults-only pop-up bar made completely out of Lego.
Stare up at the full-dome screen with a drink in your hand.
This Academy Award-nominated drama provides a probing look at Lebanon's volatile political climate
An irreverent, entertaining and purposefully extravagant rom-com that also proves a rare Hollywood film with a primarily Asian cast.
See the best 50 animal snaps from the magazine's 130-year archive at Melbourne Zoo's outdoor gallery.
Add a slice of luxury to your work week with prime bubbles and bites.
The latest dance piece by Bangarra Dance Theatre explores relationship the between Australia's Aboriginal people and the land.
The National Gallery of Australia will pull out works by Andy Warhol, Yoko Ono, Jackson Pollock and more.
This delicate drama from the director of Winter's Bone is one of the best films of the year.
A Vietnamese twist on Sunday brunch, with optional bottomless booze.
Part art exhibition, part lucky dip.
This filthy felt film is disappointingly threadbare.
The internet's favourite boogeyman makes the jump from overused meme to bland, routine, scare-free horror movie.
Four Saturdays. 17 Marvel films. Lots of popcorn.
Spike Lee returns a wild, infuriating, eye-opening true story it feels like he was born to tell.
A retro gaming festival complete with a pop-up arcade and a Nintendo-themed candy bar.
More than a decade after Atonement, Saoirse Ronan once again shines in another adaptation of author Ian McEwan's work.
The Melbourne artist has recreated a 90s-style milk bar — filled with 500 hand-painted items.
With Kate McKinnon at her hilarious best, this action-comedy delivers solid laughs along with an ace ode to female friendship.
Mary Eats Cake is hosting a series of gin-fuelled high teas with unlimited scones.
The National Film and Sound Archive's exhibition celebrating the too-brief career of local boy Heath Ledger.
The world-renowned exhibition offers Melburnians a rare look inside the human body.
An NGV exhibition bringing together works from two preeminent Australian artists, George Baldessin and Brett Whiteley.
Pair brunch bento boxes with bottomless booze at this Prahran bar's new brunch.
Tuck into free fromage over cheap drinks.
The first national survey of Australia's most innovative and powerful Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander design.
The American artist's large repertoire of radical land art will be on display in Australia for the very first time.
Grub is teaming up with some of the city's best pastry chefs for a series of sweet Sunday lunches.
MONA's immersive ode to the radical artists of post-war Germany.
Escape the winter chill inside a cosy igloo with chocolate fondue.
The first posthumous exhibition by Myuran Sukumaran, who was executed in Indonesia in 2015.
How far would you go for cheese?
The Spanish artist's 1930s etchings come to the National Gallery of Australia.
The iconic Westgarth Cinema is jumping on the outdoor trend.
Take a tour of Melbourne in complete darkness.
Over 200 modern and contemporary masterpieces from New York's MoMA have come to Australia for the very first time in this epic display.
The NGV draws on its collection to display 19th century art from Japan, as well as the European works it influenced.
Melbourne's five mulitcultural museums have collaborated on a cross-venue exhibition celebrating yiayias, bubbes and nonnas.
Keep the weekend shenanigans going into Sunday afternoon with a bottomless boozy bingo brunch at Tokyo Tina.
Go down the rabbit hole at ACMI's world-first interactive 'Alice in Wonderland' exhibition.
The newly reopened Prince Alfred Hotel is opening up its rooftop for bottomless pancakes, mimosas, bloody marys and beer.
End your weekend on a caffeine high with two hours of espresso martinis.
A weekly Sunday session answering all of your deep-fried chicken desires.
A new Fitzroy market showcase a top selection of local food producers each Saturday.
Cure your Sunday arvo blues with dumplings at The National Hotel in Richmond.