FILM: Castro Theatre presents a Paris-themed double feature with screenings of Woody Allen's acclaimed Midnight in Paris starring Owen Wilson who finds himself in his own fantasy, and The Moderns, starring Keith Carradine in an unconventional film that "recreates Paris in the 1920s, integrating real characters with imaginary ones in this paean to the Lost Generation." (7 p.m., Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street)

LITERARY: Filmmaker and author Rudolph Herzog (son of Werner) will talk about his new book Dead Funny, which shows that while Hitler was in power, Germans, "both oppressed and oppressors, used comedy to deal with the reality of living - and dying - under The Third Reich." (7 p.m., Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, 3200 California Street)

STORYTELLING: Fireside Storytelling hosts its annual Crapshoot event, in which their best storytellers are given the opportunity to tell their favorite stories regardless of topic or theme. (7:30 p.m., The Jellyfish Gallery, 1286 Folsom Street)