53rd annual Village Voice Obie Awards. Off-Broadway theater awards. New York University Skirball Center. (212) 532-3934.

Andy Williams Ella Award presentation. The Society of Singers presents its annual award to Andy Williams. Glen Campbell, Petula Clark, Steve Lawrence and others perform. 6 p.m., Beverly Hilton. (818) 995-7100.

Social Responsibility: Turning a Profit, Making a Difference. Through Wednesday. Hosted by The Hollywood Reporter, Adweek, Brandweek, Mediaweek and Billboard. Hilton New Orleans Riverside. (646) 654-4625

WAEA TV Market 2008. Through Thursday. World Airline Entertainment trade show. Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

"2001 in 2008: A Cinematic Odyssey." Hosted by Douglas Trumbull and Tom Hanks. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Beverly Hills. (310) 247-2578

"From Fanny Brice to Woody Allen to You." Theater artist and juggler Sara Felder lectures about the history of Jewish humor. 8 p.m. Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles. (877) 722-4849.

"Dark Victory" and "Marked Woman." Part of the tribute to Bette Davis. 7:30 p.m., Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Leo S. Bing Theater. (310) 247-3600.

MountainFilm Festival. Through May 26. Telluride, Colo.

"Camila." Through Sunday. The first Festival of New American Musicals presents screening. 8 p.m., Theatre Arts Building, Santa Monica College. (310) 434-3000.

"The Star" and "The Catered Affair." Part of the tribute to Bette Davis. 7:30 p.m., Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Leo S. Bing Theater. (310) 247-3600.

"The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" exhibit. Through June 25. El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood.

Promax/BDA Arabia. Through May 26. The business of promotion, marketing and broadcast design. Grosvenor House, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (310) 788-7600.

An Evening With Judd Apatow. Interview with the filmmaker, followed by reception. Moderator is Jay Kogen. 7:30 p.m., Writers Guild Theater, Beverly Hills. (800) 838-3006

2008 KCET Visionary Award Gala. Bernadette and Tim Leiweke honored. 6 p.m., Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles. (323) 953-5429

33rd annual Gracie Allen Awards Gala. Presented by American Women in Radio and Television. Marriott Marquis, New York. (703) 506-3290.

2008 Bicycle Film Festival. Through Dec. 13. Kickoff in New York today and then at various locations.

"Eat the Document." Screening of Bob Dylan-directed unreleased documentary of his 1966 European tour. 8 p.m., Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles. (877) 722-4849.

Second annual Salvation Army Celebrity Invitational Golf Classic. Honoring NFL Hall of Famer Roger Staubach. 10:45 a.m., Trump National Golf Club, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. (323) 964-9400

Hollywood Networking Breakfast. Presented by Changing Images in America. Guest speaker is Jason Nadler, head of UTA Online. 8 a.m., Beverly Hills Country Club, Los Angeles. (310) 401-9393.

"Hendrix Revealed: A Life Through the Lens." Photography exhibition with images from 1967-70, including several that were banned at the time. Reception at 7 p.m., Celebrity Vault Gallery, Beverly Hills. (888) 838-1881.

20th anniversary of LAMBDA Literary Awards. Pioneer awards given to Ann Bannon, Malcolm Boyd and Mark Thompson. Host is Michael Corbett. Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood.

10th annual Nashville Screenwriters Conference. Through June 1. Union Station Hotel, Nashville. (615) 321-3211.

Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival. Through May 31. Aspen, Colo.

"Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" and "The Nanny." Part of the tribute to Bette Davis. 7:30 p.m., Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Leo S. Bing Theater. (310) 247-3600.

Seventh annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball. Fundraiser to benefit Chrysalis, a nonprofit organization that helps the homeless become self-sufficient. Brentwood, Calif. (310) 401-9393

SHARE's 55th anniversary Boomtown Gala. Benefits at-risk youth. 6 p.m., Santa Monica Civic Auditorium.

"Contemporary Documentaries" series. Through June 11. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences screens "Two Hands," "Dear Talula" and "Deliver Us From Evil." Filmmakers set to appear. 7 p.m. Linwood Dunn Theater, Hollywood. (310) 247-3600.

Free Jazz Concert. Playboy Jazz Festival features a concert with Michael Lington headlining. Ernie Andrews, the B-Side Players, Raya Yarbrough also featured. Food and refreshments. Warner Center Park, Woodland Hills. (310) 450-1173.