FILM: San Francisco Film Society presents Fever Dreams, featuring the work of Laurel Nakadate, a photographer, video artist, and filmmaker, which explores the collision of feminine adolescent fantasy with masculine angst and repression. Nakadate’s two feature-length videos, The Wolf Knife (2010) and Stay the Same Never Change (2009) will be screened together at this special double feature presentation.

7 p.m. // Roxie Theater (3117 16th Street) // $11-18

CLUB: Popscene SF presents Chicago's The Hood Internet, who are described as having a "indie rock meets hip-hop meets the '80's meets the '90s meets 2010 style," and Brazil's Database, whose "fresh live dance act with original beats" makes its S.F. debut, along with Poscene DJs Omar and Aaron Axelsen.

9 p.m. // Rickshaw Stop (155 Fell Street) // $12

COMEDY: Tonight's Delirious, a twice-monthly series that combines comedy with world music, features Tony Sparks, Michael Meehan, Wiley Roberts, Justin Nathanson, Mike Moto, and world beat music on the decks, including zook, socca, soukous, kompa, calypso, macossa, salsa, and reggae.

9 p.m. // Rasselas (1534 Fillmore Street) // $12-15