MUSIC: The lovable and "other-worldly" surf/new wave band, Man or Astroman? land at the Independent tonight, with guests, Austin's Octopus Project, "a group of young noise-rock musicians" who specialize in "blasts of guitar feedback and unhinged drummery".
7:30 p.m. // The Independent (628 Divisadero Street) // $15
FILM: The documentary Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno explores how an unlimited budget became a curse surrounding the making of the 1964 film, Inferno, in which the detail-obsessed and insomniac Clouzot drove his cast and crew to the point of exhaustion, ultimately sabotaging the film. Runs through tomorrow night. Monday night tickets at the Roxie are only $6.50!
7 and 9 p.m. // Roxie Theater (3117 16th Street) // $6.50
THEATER: Tonight's One-Act Fringe, a collaboration between the Creative Writing and Theatre Arts departments at SF State, explores the boundaries of sibling relationships, finding love in the most unlikely of places, fatherhood beginning at childbirth, and sexual identification.
7 p.m. // Studio Theatre (San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Avenue) // $5-10