Have A Good Weekend: BHQFU, Dirty Movies And Nick Cave

September 19, 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 65° LOW 57°

In theaters: Kevin Smith’s Tusk, Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem (see it at IFC Center) and the Nick Cave pseudo-documentary 20,000 Days on Earth (see it at Film Forum.)

NYC Climate Convergence, kick off to a weekend of climate protests. (4pm, $20 donation, Manhattan)

A Life In Dirty Movies at Anthology Film Archives, a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, “the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street,” and his wife and collaborator Peggy. Director Wiktor ricsson and Peggy Steffans Sarno in person. (7pm, $10, Manhattan)

Les Bonhommes, So Cow, Shark?, Shorts at Death By Audio. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)

Wu Tang Clan, The Diplomats, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Curren$y, Lil Kim, Dom Kennedy at Barclay’s Center. (8pm, $40, Brooklyn)

Open mic at BHQFU. (8pm, free, Manhattan)

Drunk Dad, Honduran, Heavy Medical, Law$uits at The Gutter. (9pm, $7, Brooklyn)

Cibo Matto, Nels Cline at the McKittrick Hotel. (10pm, $25, Manhattan)

Reptilian Reprisal 2014 at Palisades, with DJ Vague, Max McFerren, Weird Magic and others. (11:55pm, $8, Brooklyn)

Heavenly Creatures at Nitehawk. (12am, $12, Brooklyn)

Superchick at Spectacle. (12am, $5, Brooklyn)


Youth Convergence at the People’s Climate March. (9:30am, free, Manhattan)

Troll Museum 14th Anniversary Art Show at The LES Troll Museum. (12pm, free, Manhattan)

Landlady, Those Darlins, Heat, more at Brooklyn Night Bazaar. (6pm, free, Brooklyn)

The Personal Experience of Surveillance at Silent Barn. “A series of storytelling panel discussions across New York City that aims to build a shared understanding of the personal impact of surveillance across different kinds of everyday familiar people,” with Ryan Devereaux, Adam Harvey and others. (7pm, free, Brooklyn)

The Gooch Palms, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, New England Patriots, Mr. Transylvania at Death By Audio. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)

A Boy And His Dog at Spectacle. (10pm, $5, Brooklyn)

Ghe20 Gothik: Apocalypse featuring Venus X, MikeQ, UNIIQUE, and Crysto Martyr at Santos Party House. Includes a voguing battle with $250 prize. (11pm, TBA, Manhattan)

SUNDAY 82° LOW 63°

People’s Climate March, the largest climate march in history. (11:30am, free, Manhattan)

The Maldives Exodus Caravan Show at Silent Barn, with Maldivian Ex-President Mohamed Nasheed with a film about missing journalist Ahmed Rilwan, music, food and more. (3pm, $5-$10 sliding scale, Brooklyn)

Marnie Stern, Cayetana, Crazy Pills, Motion Studies at Brooklyn Flea, 50 Kent Ave. (3pm, free, Brooklyn)

Why?, Dessa at le poisson rouge. (8pm, $20, Manhattan)

Scott & Charlene’s Wedding, Cassie Ramone, Free Time, Liam Betson at Glasslands. (8:30pm, $10, Brooklyn)