The Weekend Playbook: The International Bacon Film Fest, Banksy, and a pig roast

What to do in NYC - Weekend Playbook

International Film Festival Access Of The WeekThe International Bacon Film Festival is real and is happening tonight! (October 17th) at Sunshine Cinemas, and we're giving away five spots (each with a plus-one) to those who tweet at us with their favorite bit of bacon trivia (bonus if it's a fact about bacon and movies), with #ThrillBacon

Thursday, October 17th through Sunday, October 20thGet your spot at Chefs Eric Greenspan and Roberto Trevino's (they met on The Next Iron Chef) pop-up, El Nosh, which's mashing up Latin and Jewish cuisine into dishes like pastrami & dill croquetas, matzah ball "albondiga" soup, poppy- and sesame-topped churros, and beef brisket with horseradish pozole

The CMJ Music Marathon is in full swing, and now's your chance to scope bands you may or may not be familiar with, like New Beard, Radical Dads, or Crobot

Saturday, October 19thHead over to Havemeyer Park in Williamsburg for a "Fritanga", an old-fashioned pig roast hosted by the team at B'klyn Burro featuring all-you-can-eat tacos, chili, and, of course, a BMX track. Book it

Day & Night brunch parties are celebrating their fifth anniversary with some epic craziness at the Highline Ballroom, including an insane light and sound setup and top-notch international DJ's

Sunday, October 20thThe Hester St Fair is being completely taken over by Grub Street this weekend and bringing with it a new invention from Cronut and Frozen S'mores inventor Dominique Ansel called Cocoa Chowder. On top of that, there'll also be goods from Eastwood, Ducks, Doughnut Plant, and Pok Pok Phat Thai

If you're looking for a spot to catch The Walking Dead while also catching a cool buzz from some local wine, hit up Brooklyn Winery's screening in their parlor room.