MUSIC: Veteran queer rockers Pansy Division play their first show in SF since 2009, with special guests The Minks, an all-female Kinks cover band, and Bad Backs, a new band formed by a former member of Erase Errata. Sounds like a can't-miss show!

9 p.m. // Eagle Tavern (398 12th St.) // $8, 21+

FILM: In conjunction with their Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibit (which ends Monday!), SFMOMA presents Henri Cartier-Bresson and the Spanish Civil War: Program 2, featuring Le retour (The Return), which follows the repatriation of former prisoners of war — like Cartier-Bresson himself, who escaped from a Nazi labor camp in 1943, The Spanish Earth, which documents the effects of the Civil War in Madrid and the countryside, with narration by Ernest Hemingway, and Guernica in which the filmmakers consider the horrors of war through the work of Picasso.

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

TELEVISION: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presents an ongoing screening of British Television Advertising Awards 2010, featuring "sly, sexy, sometimes hilarious and sometimes somber British commercials and PSA's [that] have a wild creativity often lacking in our homegrown efforts."

6 and 8 p.m. // YBCA (701 Mission St) // $8