Indie movie queen Parker Posey made the most of her time in Massachusetts. She spent her weekend at the Provincetown International Film Festival where she was honored with the Excellence in Acting Award. Then on Monday night, she joined Gold Dust Orphans leader Ryan Landry at his weekly “Showgirls” performance at the Crown & Anchor (rumor has it that Posey ended the night by wrestling with Landry onstage). Then on Tuesday night, she walked the red carpet at the new Revere Hotel to celebrate the release of “The Love Guide,” her local movie that was written and co-produced by Boston’s own Christy Scott Cashman. Posey said she had such a good time in P-town that she wants to live there. “It was like ‘Fantasy Island’ meets ‘Tales of the City’ directed by Nancy Meyers,” Posey said, of her weekend on the Cape. Posey told us that if you check out “The Love Guide,” you’ll see a lot of her famous improv. She plays a crazy, New Age fitness guru who tries to help Cashman’s character, a chicken farmer, improve her life. Posey said she turned the guru character into the kind of hopeful eccentric she loves to portray on-screen. “The Chauncey Gardiner characters,” she said. Cashman, who had plans to host an after-party at her Back Bay home for the 250-some guests who watched the movie in Revere’s Theatre 1 (formerly known as the Stuart Street Playhouse), arrived at the screening with Posey in a cream Rolls-Royce giving the night a nice Hollywood East vibe. And because the evening celebrated a movie about a chicken farmer — and benefited Friends of Boston’s Homeless, whose founder John Rosenthal was in attendance, and The Farm at Boston’s Long Island Shelter — Cashman had live chickens on the red carpet at the event. “I think the next one I want to do with elephants,” she joked.