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 email@example.com.
FRIDAY 49°F LOW 38°F
In theaters: The Interview (at Williamsburg Cinemas, Cinema Village, the Film Society of Lincoln Center), Selma, American Sniper, and Dardenne’s Two Days, One Night (our NYFF review here).
Psychic TV plays Brooklyn Night Bazaar with artist Yoshi Sodeoka doing multiple projections of Psychic TV video ephemera remixed and moshed. (7pm, Free, Brooklyn)
Deer Tick and Jana Hunter at Brooklyn Bowl. (6pm, $25, Brooklyn)
The Shinning midnight screening at IFC Center. (11:45pm, $14, Manhattan)
SATURDAY 51°F LOW 42°F
MoMA is screening Coraline for Laika Studios day. (2pm, $12, Manhattan)
Institute (TX), Uniform, Appetite, Horoscope at Silent Barn. (8pm, $8, Brooklyn)
Yung Simmie, DJ Smokey 666, Bukkweatbill, Black Smurf, Little Pain, $uicideboys, and more at the Yung Smokey at Palisades. (8pm, $15, Brooklyn)
A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Ava Luna, Wins at Rough Trade. (8pm, $16, Brooklyn)
Red Light Holiday Cheer at Trans Pecos with Soundwave, Imitator and Slippy Syrup. (9pm, $7, Brooklyn)
SUNDAY 49°F LOW 37°F
See the acclaimed Levithian at Film Forum.
Paprika at the Museum of the Moving Image. (6pm, $12, Queens)
Television at Irving Plaza. (7pm, $47, Manhattan)
Boys Noize at Output. (10pm, $25, Brooklyn)