1. The Films of Paul Verhoeven - Special Screenings by Melbourne Cinémathèque 23 Aug - 6 Sept
What: Dutch Film Director Paul Verhoeven has been active in both the Netherlands and Hollywood. He is a controversial director which made very successful films. He became famous in 1973 with his film Turkish Delight and directed several other award winning films thereafter, amongst others Black Book. The Melbourne Cinémathèque has organised a screening of some of his films, including Blackbook and his latest film Elle (in French).
When: Wed 23 & 30 Aug and 6 Sept 2017, 2 films each week starting at 7 pm (Elle is on 6 Sept 9:35 pm).
Where: ACMI Cinemas, Federation Square, Melbourne.
Info: Melbourne Cinémathèque
Tickets: Note there are no tickets for individual events but 3 week mini memberships for consecutive sessions are available for $25 / $30. Also note that there are no reserved seats. Membership does not ensure admission. Members will only be admitted to cinema capacity. It is advised that members arrive early to avoid disappointment. Membership begins on the date of purchase.
See: ACM (Melbourne Cinémathèque Mini Membership
2. MPavilion: 3 Oct 2017 - 4 Feb 2018
What: This fourth Pavilion is designed by Netherlands–based architects Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten of OMA. They have designed world famous futuristic buildings such as the CCTV Headquarters in Beijing. They are commissioned with the new Fijenoord Stadium in Rotterdam.
Pavilion is a civic space, an event hub and a meeting place.The programme will be available soon.
3. Every Friday: Happy Hour at "The Dutchie"
from 05:30 - 7:30 pm
What: Happy Hour @ The Dutchy. Special deals on wine and all the Dutch beers in the newly renovated foyer. Delicious snack food available. Free entry.