Curator of media arts Linda Dubler partnered with Ani Agnihotri, director of the Indo-American Film Society, to glean just a dozen films from more than 300 candidates for the High Museum of Art's TREASURES FROM INDIA. Opening Fri., AUG. 21, Dance of the Wind tells the story of Pallavi, a singer of classical Hindustani music who is unable to perform after her mother's death. The film festival continues Sat.-Sun., AUG. 22-23, with Satyajit Ray's scrutiny of Indian society in The Stranger; Let's Go to America, a feature that explores how the far-reaching tentacles of Western pop culture have ensnared three college kids; and The Rule, a drama set in a Chettinad community. All films are in their original language with English subtitles. Through Sept. 13. Free-$7. See website for times, locations and a complete list of films. Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree St. 404-733-4200. www.high.org.