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10ml love
10ml love
10ml love
10ml love
10ml love
10ml love

Thursday, May 5, 2011, Tribeca Theater 2, 6.30 pm,
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10ml love
Directed by Sharat Katariya
India, 2010, 89 Minutes, Hindi & English, World Premiere
Cast- Rajat Kapoor, Tisca Chopra, Purab Kohli, Tara Sharma, Koel Purie, Neel Bhoopalam, Manu Rishi

One wedding, three couples, a whole lot of love, lust and desire make for a heady mix, but add to that a dash of magic potion and an enthralling rendition of the Ramlila and you have a revelation on your hands! Mini loves Neel who loves Shweta who loves Peter. Enter the quintessential druid-Ghalib with a concoction that promises to solve all their problems. But what happens when Ghalib’s secret potion falls in to the wrong hands…

Set against the backdrop of your everyday world, ‘10ml love’ - a contemporary adaptation of William Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream,’ is a light hearted romantic comedy concerning the tribulations of a love quadrangle during a night of madness. Their various emotional, intellectual and sexual entanglements are brought to the surface by Ghalib's misguided meddling! ’10ml love’ attempts to put forth some honest and sincere expressions of love, dreams, and the stuff of both.

Sharat Katariya is an Indian film director and screenwriter. Katariya started out as an assistant director to Rajat Kapoor during the making of ‘Raghu Romeo’. Sharat also worked in the capacity of a lyricist on the film. He went on to write dialogues for one of the biggest box office hits of 2007, ‘Bheja Fry’. He has also penned the dialogues for director Rituparno Ghosh's ‘Sunglass’. Sharat Katariya worked as the first assistant on ‘Rok Sako To Rok Lo’ and as an assistant and writer for Raghu Romeo. Sharat’s film ‘That’s What My Dad Used to Say’ was shown at the Ethnofilm and Berlin Film festivals. He holds an MA in Mass Communication from Jamia Millia Islamia University.

With: WordsWords
Directed by: Anup Bhandari
USA, 2010, 14 minutes, New York Premiere

Words is a story about Juliet (Miriam Liora Ganz) and Owen (Russell Harvard), a deaf man, who meet at the iconic Bethesda Fountain in the snow covered Central Park. Their conversation begins awkwardly but over the next few days, she comes up with interesting ways to communicate with him. The friendship slowly appears to blossom into romance but the difference between silence and words may be more than it seems.
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