Here is an event so rich with attraction, it’s hard to know where to start. First, there’s the centerpiece film, Heaven and Earth Magic, the 1962 stop-motion masterpiece (concerning a woman, a watermelon, and a toothache) created by legendary folk historian, experimental animator, and Pacific Northwest native Harry Smith. Then there’s Dennis Nyback, the Portland-based film historian who’ll be executing a multi-projector re-creation of the film’s original exhibition style. Finally, there’s the live score performed by Lori Goldston and Jessika Kenney, both Stranger Genius Award winners. Go. (SIFF Cinema Uptown, 511 Queen Anne Ave N,, 7 pm, $13)