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

FRIDAY 66° F NIGHT 56° F

Best film to see this weekend: Nabil Ayouch’s Horses of God at Film Forum — a character study of young men growing up without hope, who would later take part in the Casablanca 2003 suicide bombings. ($13, Manhattan)

At Silent Barn: Art + Science talk with Angelina Dreem, who will encode images sourced from A Mesoscale Connectome of the Mouse Brain into her visual cortex, generating an overrepresentation of these images in her brain that may influence the art created for this installation. (6pm, Free, Brooklyn)

Ann Hirsch, “Muffy” at American Medium. For her debut solo exhibition, Ann Hirsch explores the inchoate state of early adolescent sexuality, in which one intuits the sexual nature of their bodies, but doesn’t yet know what sex is. (6pm, Free, Brooklyn)

Screaming Females and Bleeding Rainbow play Brooklyn Night Bazaar. (8pm, Brooklyn, free)

RBMA’s “Hardcore Activity in Progress” event boasts a great, ridiculously diverse lineup: Napalm Death, Tim Hecker, Gunplay, Wolf Eyes, more. (8pm, $10, Queens)

Woods, Quilt, Frankie Cosmos at Bowery Ballroom. (8pm, $12, Manhattan)

SATURDAY 74° F NIGHT 54° F

“The Great Flood,” a film-music collaboration by Bill Morrison and Bill Frisell, with Q&A at Nighthawk Cinema’s Art Seen. (12pm, $11, Brooklyn)

Porches at Shea Stadium. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)

Swearin’, Radiator Hospital, and Aye Nako at Brooklyn Night Bazaar. (8pm, Free, Brooklyn)

DJ Dog Dick and Dark Sister at Trans Pecos. (8pm, $8, Queens)

Harmony Korine’s painting show is now open at Gagosian at Park and 75th. (Manhattan)

SUNDAY 72° F NIGHT 51° F

Short films program at The Spectacle: “Girls Gone Wild” showcases a series of films that criticize stereotypical female roles through a literal embodiment of a motley crew of characters– Barbie dolls, Amazonian women, strippers, Neanderthals, and dominatrices. (5pm, $5, Brooklyn)

Young Widows at Saint Vitus. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)

As part of the Fassbinder retrospective going on at the Lincoln Film Center, The Merchant of Four Seasons. (4:45pm, $13, Manhattan)

(Image: Screaming Females by @jasonpersse)