Park it at the Bryant Lake Bowl cabaret tonight for another exciting evening of new short films hosted by IFP Minnesota. Of the four being screened, we’re most excited about The Light at the Laundromat (dir. Maribeth Romslo), where the evil force of The Void meets its match with a computer whiz with special abilities, and Lincoln 666 (dir. Ryan Becken), about the perfect Abraham Lincoln portrait . . . that should’ve been left unpainted. There’s also a social hour after the final credits roll. 7 PM. Free. —Curt Stanski

Bryant Lake Theater, 810 W Lake St, MPLS; bryantlakebowl.com