Weekend Events: November 14-November 16

bonnie_and_clyde_movie_1How did Warren-Beatty-as-Clyde NOT want to get with Faye-Dunaway-as-Bonnie? Did he not even notice how amazing she looks in that beret? The stylish movie classic Bonnie and Clyde at Anthology Film Archives. (Fri) Daniel Craig may be on big screens lately, but true Bond fans know it's all about Roger Moore (we can feel the Sean Connery die-hards getting wrathful). Roger Moore will be reading at Barnes and Noble Union Square. (Fri)
Shoegaze electro rockeurs M83 bring the noise. M83 and School of Seven Bells play Webster Hall. (Fri)
Barkley Hendricks' cool '60s and '70s paintings are like street style photography in brushstoke form. Barkley Hendricks solo exhibit opens today at the Studio Museum in Harlem. (Fri)
Didn't you always want to know more about avant-garde French cinema? Yes, you've seen Breathless, but so has everyone. The Walter Reade's screening of Alain Resnais's Muriel gives you a different look at Nouvelle Vague cinema. Muriel at the Walter Reade. (Fri)
Nobody fucks with the Jesus: it's Lebowski fest this weekend. The most quoted Coen brothers movie will be uniting slackers, potheads and anti-carpet pissers over a myriad of activities. Lebowski Fest, at various locations.
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This is gonna be either heart warming or depressing, but worth checking out either way. Brooklyn Historical Society will be showing Counter/Culture: The Disappearing Face of BK's Storefronts, which trace via photographs the evolution of small local business and how the landscape keeps changing. Starbucks, I'm looking at you! Brooklyn Historical Society displays Counter/Culture: The Disappearing Face of BK's Storefronts. (Sat)
You're lucky Yeasayer concert isn't sold out. Everyone is probably at Girl Talk because they figure they can catch this local Brooklyn indie quartet later. Yeasayer at NYU. (Sat)
If you caught the Louise Bourgeois show at the Guggenheim this fall, you should follow up with the fantastic documentary about this icon of creativity and female empowerment. Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and The Tangerine is at Symphony Space. (Sun)
What's the best way to deny that Monday is coming tomorrow? No it's not three consecutive hours of Sunday night TV. It's spastic synthy electro courtesy of The DeathSet, who forceful music forceful makes you dance against your will. The Death Set (with Ninjasonik and Appomattox) at Webster Hall. (Sun)
If spastic isn't your thing, a mellow night of indie pop at Bowery Ballroom featuring The Spinto band and Sam Champion could do the trick. Spinto Band at Bowery Ballroom. (Sun)
This is gonna be either heart warming or depressing, but worth checking out either way. Brooklyn Historical Society will be showing Counter/Culture: The Disappearing Face of BK's Storefronts, which trace via photographs the evolution of small local business and how the landscape keeps changing. Starbucks, I'm looking at you! Brooklyn Historical Society displays Counter/Culture: The Disappearing Face of BK's Storefronts. (Sat)
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You're lucky Yeasayer concert isn't sold out. Everyone is probably at Girl Talk because they figure they can catch this local Brooklyn indie quartet later. Yeasayer at NYU. (Sat)
If you caught the Louise Bourgeois show at the Guggenheim this fall, you should follow up with the fantastic documentary about this icon of creativity and female empowerment. Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and The Tangerine is at Symphony Space. (Sun)
What's the best way to deny that Monday is coming tomorrow? No it's not three consecutive hours of Sunday night TV. It's spastic synthy electro courtesy of The DeathSet, who forceful music forceful makes you dance against your will. The Death Set (with Ninjasonik and Appomattox) at Webster Hall. (Sun)
If spastic isn't your thing, a mellow night of indie pop at Bowery Ballroom featuring The Spinto band and Sam Champion could do the trick. Spinto Band at Bowery Ballroom. (Sun)
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