Have A Good Weekend: Secret Projects, Psychedelic Art And A Jodorowsky Rave

November 14, 2014 | Rhett Jones

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 45°F LOW 34°F  8-8-13partly-sunny

In theaters: Comedians get dramatic as Steve Carell stars in Foxcatcher and Jon Stewart gets makes his directorial debut with Rosewater. Acclaimed Soviet hockey doc The Red Army gets a limited release.

Catch Mysterious Object At Noon at Anthology Film Archives. (6:45pm, $10, Manhattan)

Diana Lozano has a show, “To Several Futures (Not To All),” at Bushwick’s newish 99cent Plus Gallery. (7pm, free, Brooklyn)

Get messed up with “Headshop,” a psychedelic group art show at Secret Project Robot Art Experiment. (7:30pm, free, Brooklyn)

Didn’t get tickets to the Creative Time Summit? Stream here from 1pm, or watch at BHQFU. Then, Comedy Night at BHQFU. (8pm, free, Manhattan)

SATURDAY 45°F LOW 36°F  8-8-13sun-slow

BAM is screening a new 35mm print of Tarkovsky’s The Sacrifice through November 25th. ($14, Brooklyn)

“Fassbinder Romantic Anarchist” retrospective continues at Lincoln Film Center with Fear Of Fear. (6pm, $13, Manhattan)

Re-watch 1996 film Ebola Syndrome , directed by Herman Yau, at Spectacle Theater. (7:30pm, $5, Brooklyn)

Ride nineties nostalgia with The Bayside Tigers and Friends performing Rage Against The Machine at The Bell House. (8pm, $10, Brooklyn)

Shake it out at “Holy Mountain — Journey III,” the Jodorowsky-themed dance party at Slake from the creators of Shade. (11pm, $5-$10, Manhattan)

SUNDAY 46°F LOW 39°F8-8-13partly-sunny

Semiotext[e] presents  “The Return of Schizo-Culture” at MoMA PS1. Great day to check out the “Zero Tolerance” group exhibition. (12pm, $15, Queens)

The “Fassbinder Romantic Anarchist” retrospective continues at Lincoln Film Center with Fox and His Friends. (3:30pm, $13, Manhattan)

Check out Atmosphere, Prof, deM atlaS, DJ Fundo at Terminal 5. (8pm, $36.65, Manhattan)

(Image: MoMA PS1)