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 We already covered what to do for Halloween yesterday, so our Friday recommendations are only for people who don’t want anything to do with the holiday.

FRIDAY 55°F LOW 48°F  8-8-13sun-slow

In theaters: Jake Gylenhall is a creepy reporter in Nightcrawler. Our highest recommendation of the week is Jean-Luc Godard doing 3D in Goodbye To Language. And old-school punk band the Mekons get a documentary with Revenge Of The Mekons.

Cut To Swipe (digital art exhibit) at MOMA (4pm-8pm, free, Manhattan)

Meat Puppets and Cass McCombs at Rough Trade (8pm, $24, Brooklyn)

True Romance at IFC Center (12:10am, $14, Manhattan)

SATURDAY 52°F LOW 43°F  8-8-13sun-slow

Egofest: A Cavallini Mail Art Centenary at White Box (11 am, free, Manhattan)

Chris Ofili: Night And Day at New Museum (11am, $16, Manhattan)

Nam June Paik: Video Across Media at Asia Society (2:30pm, $12, Manhattan)

Ghost in the Machine with Karen Gregory, Alice Marwick, & Frank Pasquale exhibit/discussion at Triple Canopy (6:30pm, $5, Brooklyn)

Derek Jarman’s The Tempest at BAM (7pm, $14, Brooklyn)


SUNDAY 50°F LOW 37°F8-8-13partly-sunny

Addie Wagenknecht, new show, Shellshock, opening at Bitforms Gallery (3pm, free, Manhattan)

Pussy Riot in conversation with Klaus Biesenbach at MOMA/PS1 (4pm, $15, Queens)

New work by Artie Vierkant opening at Untitled (6pm, free, Manhattan)

Fake Species, Nap, Lost Coves, High Falls, Ink Jet at Matchless (8pm, $7, Brooklyn)

(Image: Hito Steyerl)