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MIAAC Film Festivalís
Bombay Summer

(Jospeh Mathew, India, 2008, Hindi & English with English ST)

Explores the fleeting and delicate friendship between three young people and its eventual disintegration in the face of betrayal and personal loss. The lives of succesful Geeta and privileged Jaidev take a dramatic turn when they befriend a Madan, a young, risk-taking migrant to Mumbai. Set in contemporary India, the film subtly mirrors the turmoil within tradition bound Indian society as it copes with change and rapid modernization.

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Free: August 20th

at
Queens Museum of Art, Queens Museum of Art NYC Bldg.,
Flushing Meadows Park,Corona,NY.

Info: http://www.queensmuseum.org/2010/08/20.

Target Passport Fridays @ QMA
Friday 8/20/10, 6:30 - 10pm.
Free & Open to the Public!

Leave your baggage at home and bring a picnic blanket out to Flushing Meadows Corona Park for Target Passport Fridays 2010, the 6th season of the Queens Museum of Art's annual outdoor summer festival of international music, dance and film. This year's journey around the globe begins in South Africa in honor of the World Cup, and includes stops in Colombia, Ecuador, South Korea, Taiwan, the Middle East, India, and Mexico. Each evening begins with live dance and music performances followed by the feature film screening after sunset.

 
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