Ya gotta have Marty: Oscar-winning (phew, finally) director Martin Scorsese and his crazy eyebrows have resurfaced! Reason: a discussion with the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s associate program director Kent Jones about the work of dead directors William Perlberg and George Seaton. Who, you ask? Well, exactly! Messrs. Scorsese and Jones will focus on three films: The Bridges of Toko-Ri, The Proud and Profane and The Counterfeit Traitor, all starring hunky William Holden (swoon). Further south, Morrissey, the original emo boy, croons “literary” lyrics and reminds his fans just how old we are. Close your eyes, honey, and remember the days of listening to the Smiths while smoking cigarettes out your bedroom window, hair in a Scrunchie …. Lastly, but most terrifyingly: The brass of Central Park, former nighttime refuge of the homeless and homosexual, have organized a giant campout, complete with s’mores, for the upper-middle class! Who says New York has lost its edge?
[Martin Scorsese on the Films of William Perlberg and George Seaton, the Walter Reade Theater, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, 4 p.m., $10 at box office; Morrissey, Madison Square Garden, 32nd and Seventh Avenue, 8 p.m., $35 to $75, www.ticketmaster.com; Camp in Central Park, Central Park, 5 p.m. to 7 a.m., call 212-628-2345 to register.]