FILM: The "fascinating and even-handed documentary," Cleanflix, explores the world of the backroom entrepreneurs in Utah who clean-up racy Hollywood films to suit the puritanical Mormon community, resulting in "twists, turns and a sex scandal that surely would disqualify it from rental shelves around Salt Lake City." (7pm and 9p.m., Roxie Theater, 3117 16th Street)

MUSIC: L.A.'s Milk Carton Kids bring their "harmonies & minimalist instrumentation which are a clear reference to times passed, but with an eye intently on the future," to Cafe Du Nord tonight, along with fellow Angeleno, The Brendan Hines. (8 p.m., Cafe du Nord, 2174 Market Street)

HISTORY: FunCheapSF tells us about If the Walls Could Speak: Tales from the Mint, in which Old Mint docent Paul V. Turner gives his perspective as an "architectural historian and a man whose research has uncovered fascinating stories linked to the structure," one of the nation’s finest examples of the classical revival style. (7:30 p.m., Old Mint, 88 Fifth Street)