Have a Good Weekend: Web Junkies, Dogs, Beavers and Code

August 8, 2014 | ANIMAL

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 83° LOW 67°

In theaters: The Dog documentary about John Wojtowicz, the real-life inspiration for Dog Day Afternoon (screening with Q&A at the Lincoln Film Center this weekend); Web Junkie documentary (filmmaker in person at Film Form tonight).

The Spectacle Theater is screening Trent Harris’s The Beaver Trilogy of shorts — the 1979 doc about Groovin’ Gary, the 1981 $100 remake staring Sean Penn and the 1985 with Crispin Glover. (7:30pm, $5, Brooklyn)

That Obscure Object of Desire in 35mm at BAM. (7pm and 9:30pm, $14, Brookyln)

ALT CITIZEN Issue #2 Release Party at Bizarre. Free zines. (8pm, free, Brooklyn)

Pictureplane, Octa Octa (DJ), Future Punx, Germans at Palisades. (8pm, $10, Brooklyn)

Amanda X, Wing Dam, Two Inch Astronaut, Cousin Brian at Death By Audio. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)

Plan 10 From Outer Space at Spectacle. (10pm, $5, Brooklyn)

RINSED: SURVEILLANCE at mystery location in Brooklyn. Julio Bashmore, Illich Mujica, Dan Wender, Blacky II and special guest. Open bar from 11pm to midnight. (11pm, $30, Brooklyn)

From Dusk Til Dawn and Enter The Dragon at Nitehawk. (12am, $12, Brooklyn)


The Devil Makes Three at Hearst Plaza. (1:30pm, free, Manhattan)

All Day Processing Installation at PWRPLNT on its last day open. (1pm, $20, Brooklyn)

George Fitzgerald, Martyn, Leon Vynehall, Aurora Halal, Matrixxman at MoMa PS1 Warm Up. (3pm, $18, Queens)

TRANSFER Gallery opening reception: Language And Code, second exhibition with artists Daniel Temkin and A Bill Miller. (7pm, free, Brooklyn)

Shockwave Riderz, Places To Hide, G. Green, Black Pony at Baby’s All Right. (8pm, $12, Brooklyn)

Sky Ferreira at Verboten. (8pm, free, Brooklyn)

S!CK MAGIC with DJ Assault, Addison Groove, DJ Slugo and more. Open bar from 10pm – 11pm.  (10pm, $10 – $25, Manhattan)

Invasion Of The Body Snatchers at Nitehawk. (12am, $12, Brooklyn)

SUNDAY 87° LOW 69°

Boy Meets Girl screening at Film Forum through August 14th. ($13, Manhattan)

Heathered Pearls, Lord Raja, Starchild, Tallesen at Trans-Pecos. (6pm, $8, Queens)

Buffalo Juggalos — a surreal and complex film that documents the community of Insane Clown Posse super fans in Buffalo, New York — screens at BHQFU, with director Q&A. (7pm, free, Manhattan)

Nothing Changes with Prurient, Clay Rendering, Lussuria, Dual Action, Sandess at Home Sweet Home. (8pm, free, Manhattan)

Klaus Kinski retrospective continues at Anthology Film Archives with Herzog’s My Best Fiend. (9pm, $10, Manhattan)