The MAC always does a good job of presenting events that relate to each other, attracting you to one so you'll want to see the other. In conjunction with its latest art exhibit, Kara Walker's collection of black paper silhouettes (Presenting Negro Scenes Drawn Upon My Passage Through the South and Reconfigured for the Benefit of Enlightened Audiences Wherever Such May Be Found), The MAC's Wedenesday Night Film and Video Series presents the Academy Award-winning adaptation of Harper Lee's classic novel To Kill A Mockingbird. Starring Gregory Peck, the 1962 film looks at racial prejudices in the South as seen through the eyes of a 6-year-old girl watching her lawyer father defend a black man accused of rape. Come for one and stay for the other. To Kill A Mockingbird screens at 8 p.m. at The Mac, 3120 McKinney. Admission is $3-$5. Call (214) 953-1212.