Hotshot Belgian director Ivo Van Hove is hard to keep track of, especially for those of us who aren’t so jetsetty. This month he’s in Brooklyn directing Leoš Janáček’s 22-part song cycle Diary of One Who Disappeared, the same weekend his musical version of Death In Venice debuts in Amsterdam — songs by Nico Mulhy. His polarizing video-heavy staging of the 1976 film Network is on Broadway with Bryan Cranston through June, while in London Gillian Anderson and Lily James appear in his own adaptation of the 1950 film All About Eve. Anderson plays aging star Margo Channing, a role made famous by Bette Davis, while James plays a cunning young usurper. Oh, and PJ Harvey wrote the music. The London production is being simulcast to local cinemas.