Here are some art, film, music and other things happening in NYC so you can Have a Good Weekend. Drop your suggestions in the comments or to tips@animalnewyork.com.

FRIDAY 52°F LOW 36°F  8-8-13partly-sunny

In theaters: Matthew McConaughey trips out on space in Interstellar. Disney gets even more like Pixar with Big Hero 6, and Frederick Wiseman chronicles museum life in the documentary National Gallery.

The Rules of The Game at Anthology Film Archives (4:45pm, $10, Manhattan)

Opening of group exhibition, also called National Gallery, at Grand Century (6pm, free, Manhattan)

Absolutely Yours exhibition opening at 321 Gallery (6pm, free, Brooklyn)

Brooklyn Electronic Music Fest with DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist at Verboten (7pm, $35, Brooklyn)

Fashion, Art and Music Party at Brooklyn Night Bazaar (7pm, free, Brooklyn)

The Skin I Live In at Landmark Sunshine (midnight, $13.50, Manhattan)

SATURDAY 52°F LOW 45°F  8-8-13sun-slow

Passport: New Yorker sponsored art crawl of downtown NYC (11am, $55, Manhattan)

The Rules of The Game at Anthology Film Archives (4:45pm, $10, Manhattan)

Group exhibition More Than This including work by David Shrigley at Theodore Art (6pm, free, Brooklyn)

Urs Fischer exhibit opening at Gavin Brown Enterprises (6pm, free, Manhattan)

Warhol films scored by members of Deerhunter, Suicide, Television and Galaxie 500 at BAM (7pm, $25, Brooklyn)

Hawk Jones at Spectacle (7:30pm, $5, Brooklyn)

The Dismemberment Plan at Bowery Ballroom (8pm, $23.85, Manhattan)

SUNDAY 55°F LOW 43°F8-8-13partly-sunny

Codes and Modes: The Character of Documentary Culture at Hunter College (11am, $15, Queens)

Pig Roast Tiki Party with bands at Kings County (2pm, $25, Brooklyn)

Inner Space animation screening with Casey Jane Ellison at MOMA PS1 (3pm, $15, Queens)

Versus at Rough Trade Records (6pm, $23.85, Brooklyn)

(Image: Andy Warhol)