“The Invisible Men.” Young Palestinian gay man in Tel Aviv seeks to express his sexuality. Part of San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. At Roxie Theater, 3117 16th St., S.F. 7 p.m. $10-$11. www.jewishfed.org.
“Ushpizin.” Israeli movie about an Orthodox couple whose faith is tested after they pray for a child. In Hebrew and Yiddish. At S.F. Public Library Chinatown branch, 1135 Powell St., S.F. 4:30 p.m. Free. www.israelchinasf.com.
Opening night of Israel China Film Festival. Screening of “Noodle,” about an Israeli flight attendant who discovers an abandoned young Chinese migrant worker. 8 p.m. Standup comedian Jeff Applebaum performs after the film. 10 p.m. At Great Star Theater Chinatown, 630 Jackson St., S.F. $8-$10. www.israelchinasf.com.
“Port of Last Resort.” Documentary about the 20,000 Jews who fled to Shanghai during World War II. At Great Star Theater Chinatown, 630 Jackson St., S.F 7 p.m. $8-$10. www.israelchinasf.com.
Double documentary feature. “Wo Ai Ni Mommy” (“I Love You Mommy”), about Chinese girls adopted by Americans, with “Starring David,” about a 12-year-old Dutch Jewish boy with a Chinese mother and his quest to embrace Judaism. At Great Star Theater Chinatown, 630 Jackson St., S.F. 9 p.m. $8-$10. www.israelchinasf.com.
“Freilach.” Jewish music and cultural radio show for the Russian River area. KGGV 95.1 FM. 8 p.m. Stream at www.kggv.blogspot.com.