FILM: French filmmaker Chris Marker's lesser-known essay film from 1963, Le joli mai, features spontaneous, on-the-street interviews with Parisians from all walks of life, thanks to the brand-new development of lightweight, synch-sound film equipment. The film is part of SFMOMA's 75 Years in the Dark: A Partial History of Film.

7 p.m. // SFMOMA, Phyllis Wattis Theater (151 Third St) // $5

CRAFT: This month's installment of Craft Bar With Etsy Lab, crafter extraordinaire Katy Kristin will show how to take old sweaters and turn them into "cute and cuddly" plushies or "upcycled" cup cozies. Local musician Allie Simpson will be performing live, and the gallery will be available for viewing. A free beer is included in admission.

6 to 8 p.m. // Museum of Craft and Folk Art (51 Yerba Buena Ln) // $5 (free for students)

HAPPY HOUR: The folks at the new Blue Bottle kiosk Special Xtra are launching a monthly first Thursday Special Xtra Happy Hour. Get special extra happy to the tunes of DJs Auto, Mamabear & The Selecter, DJ Kirk of Sweaterfunk, plus Special Xtra's very own Raul (DJ Roll of Lifestyle). Enjoy some streetcard food and drink specials.

5 to 8 p.m. // Harlot (46 Minna St) // free, 21+