Have a Good Weekend: Arabs, Video Games and Godard

February 14, 2014 | ANIMAL

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.


“Idiom II” group exhibit’s opening reception at Pierogi features chart-like narrative structures like Ward Shelley’s diasporas of Fluxus and A Continuum of Ideological Futility by William Powhida. (7-9pm, free, Brooklyn)

Back by popular demand, IndieCade East will take over Museum of the Moving Image for another lively weekend of games, talks, panels, and workshops celebrating independent games and the people who make and play them. Check out the exhibit too. (Feb 14-16, $45 and up, Queens)

Harold and Maude is screening at Videology. (9pm, Free, Brooklyn)


Film Forum’s short run of the new restoration of Godard’s Alphaville has been held over through Feb. 20. (3:45pm and 7:45pm, $13, Manhattan)

Since River of Fundament is sold out, how about something from BAM’s Vengeance Is Hers series, like the Carrie classic? Very romantic. (2pm and 7pm, $13, Brooklyn)

GHE20G0TH1K Fashion week party. (10pm, $10-$15, Manhattan)

Listen In alum Octo Octa headlines an evening of dreamy dance music at Bizarre. (10:30pm, free, Manhattan)


Fuzzy, scuzzy post-hardcore at Death By Audio: Vaz, Roomrunner, Big Ups. (7pm, $7, Brooklyn)

Where are the Arabs? at MoMA PS1 presents a range of artistic responses to the different socioeconomic and political situations throughout Arab cities today. Short films, Q&A with directors. (12-6pm, $10-$12, Queens)

Priests, Lazyeyes and Truthers play The End. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)