Due to the current pandemic, all in-person programming has been suspended.

Red Soil

90 minutes

Maine Film Center

César-winner Zita Hanrot (​Fatima​) delivers an extraordinary performance at the unflinching eye of this environmental thriller’s storm. When Hanrot’s Nour, a nurse, is put on probation after a fatal accident at her emergency room, she takes charge of the infirmary of the chemical factory where her father (Sami Bouajila, César-winner for André Téchiné’s ​The Witnesses​) has worked for nearly 30 years. As she starts scheduling routine check-ups, Nour is struck by odd gaps in the records and a general skepticism from the workers. Her suspicions build when a reporter (Céline Sallette, ​House of Tolerance)​ raises concerns about undisclosed toxic waste dumps. With each harrowing revelation, Red Soil pulls apart a conspiracy at the damning intersection of pollution and globalist exploitation. A Cannes 2020 selection.

Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, the celebrated annual festival presented by Film at Lincoln Center and UniFrance Films, returns virtually for its 26th edition with a lineup that demonstrates that the landscape of French cinema is as fertile, inspiring, and distinct as ever. The films on display, by emerging talents and established masters, raise ideas both topical and eternal, and many take audiences to entirely unexpected places. “A Taste of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema” is an opportunity for audiences across the U.S. to experience a curated selection of festival highlights, showcasing the best in contemporary French filmmaking. All films include virtual Q&As.

Special discount offer for Rendez-Vous audiences nationwide! Film at Lincoln Center is a co-presenter of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema (March 4-14) and a proud partner of “A Taste of Rendez-Vous.” Access the complete 18-film lineup at ​filmlinc.org/rendezvous​. For a limited time, take advantage of a special 20% discount on Rendez-Vous and all other March rentals in the FLC Virtual Cinema with promo code ​RDV21FLC​.

Not rated. 90 minutes.

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