Have A Good Weekend: Ed Wood, Junglepussy And A Holy Mountain Party

September 12, 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 77° LOW 62°

Sustain-Release electronic music festival in the Catskills, with Ital, Blondes, Aurora Halal, Huerco S. and more. (6pm, $115, Catskills)

The 5th Annual CCNY Self-Published Zine and Photo Book Fair at Foley Gallery. (6pm, free, Manhattan)

Karen O at le poisson rouge. (6:30pm, $35, Manhattan)

Anthology Film Archives’ Ed Wood fest kicks off with Plan 9 From Outer Space. (7pm, $10, Manhattan)

Shannon & The Clams, Tacocat, Las Rosas, Hobocop at Palisades. (7:30pm, $14, Brooklyn)

Gemstone Readings with Rachel Rabbit White, Monica McLure, video by Kate Durbin and more at Pioneer Works. (7:30pm, free, Brooklyn)

Shonen Knife, Habibi, The Suzan at The Wick. (8pm, $14, Brooklyn)

Music Video Make-Out Party: Back To School Edition at Passenger Bar. (10pm, free, Brooklyn)

White Lung, Power Trip, Sick Feeling at Palisades. (12am, $3 with RSVP, Brooklyn)

The Crow at Nitehawk. (12am, $12, Brooklyn)

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Llyn Foulkes One Man Band at Nitehawk. (12pm, $12, Brooklyn)

Widowspeak, Alex Bleeker & The Freaks at The Lot in Long Island City. (3pm, free, Queens)

The incredible Ways Of Something Episode 1 and Episode 2 screen at TRANSFER gallery. (4pm and 6pm, free, Brooklyn)

Atlas Sound, Ducktails, Mas Ysa at Greenwood Park. (5pm, free with RSVP, Brooklyn)

Synthetic Zero Event (group exhibit opening Friday, including Leah Schrager) performances by Kate Sicchio (“Hacking Choreography” dance/video) and Matthew Roberts (“Every Step” interactive performance) at BronxArtSpace. (6-10pm, Free, the Bronx)

Alarm Will Sound (music by Tyondai Braxton, Steve Reich, Donnacha Dennehy) at BAM. (7:30pm, $20, Brooklyn)

Junglepussy, Princess Nokia, Celeste at The Acheron. (8pm, $10, Brooklyn)

Mutual Benefit, Soft Cat at Bowery Ballroom. (8pm, $15, Manhattan)

Pocket Holiday at Babycastles, performance by ZONK VISION. “Using the pocket as a symbolic motif, Pocket Holiday explores the flux between intimacy and distance in relation to place.” (8pm, TBA, Manhattan)

Dizzy World 2. “This party has everything: Vi Vacious from Ru Paul’s Drag Race performs alongside counter-culture performers like The Culture Whore and Tom Ass and xorzyzt from the Berlin-based collective UnReal.” – AFC. Address announced day of. (“10pm”, $10 before 1m, $15 after, Brooklyn)

Ladyfag Presents HOLY MOUNTAIN with Julianna Huxtable, Michael Magnan, Rizzla and others. (11pm, free before 11:30pm, Manhattan)

SUNDAY 74° LOW 57°

Bushwick Vendors Market at Silent Barn. (12pm, free, Brooklyn)

The Conformist held over at Film Forum through September 16th. (2:50pm and 9:10pm, $13, Manhattan)

The Rhythm That Laughs You, an “[exploration of] diverse approaches to humor and the comic in works by female artists who foreground bodily experience through object-based practices,” curated by Javier Sánchez at Flux Factory. (3pm, free, Queens)

Lorde, Majical Cloudz at Pier 97. (6pm, $60, Manhattan)

At Spectacle: U.S. premiere of Anna (1967) directed by Pierre Koralnik, scored by Serge Gainsbourg and starring Anna Karina with custom English subtitles created by Spectacle. (10pm, $5, Brooklyn)

(Image: Leah Schrager)