FILM: Filmmaker JP Allen will be in attendance at tonight's opening celebration of the new S.F.-based film noir flick, Centaur, which tells the "surprising and poetic story about a San Francisco man documenting his plan of murder and revenge." The film's cast will also be at tonight's event, which also features live music by McCabe and Mrs. Miller. (8 to 10 p.m., Landmark Lumiere Theatre, 1572 California Street)

MUSIC: JCCSF presents Musaique: Music Without Boundaries, a group of interfaith musicians from Israel and the Middle East whose mission is to “break down the barriers and borders between religions and nations through music,” as part of its Unplug and Eat Together: Musaique Shabbat Dinner event this weekend. (8 to 10 p.m., Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, 3200 California Street)

GAME: Real Escape Game, which has been taking Japan, China, and Singapore by storm, hits San Francisco this weekend. It's described as thusly: "basically a puzzle game that requires you to escape from a place filled with puzzles to confound you and your fellow players." Advanced tickets are sold out, so get there early for door entry. (6 and 9 p.m., New People, 1746 Post Street)