FFCC members report on Miami International Film Festival’s GEMS lineup

FFCC members report on the Miami International Film Festival unveiling their lineup for the mini-fest, GEMS 2015, today.

FFCC members review F. Gary Gray’s ‘Straight Outta Compton’

FFCC members review F. Gary Gray’s box office smash Straight Outta Compton.

Patrick Cooper’s Fantastia Festival Coverage

FFCC member Patrick Cooper attended the 2015 Fantasia International Film Festival in Montreal. Here’s a wrap-up of his coverage.

Florida Film Critics Circle Discussion on WLRN’s South Florida Arts Beat

Recently, Dan Hudak welcomed Hans Morgenstern to his annual Florida Film Critics Circle Discussion on WLRN’s South Florida Arts Beat.

FFCC members review Alberto Rodríguez’s ‘Marshland’

FFCC members review Alberto Rodríguez’s award-winning thriller from Spain, Marshland (La isla mínima). It has it’s U.S. theatrical premiere in South Florida today.

Miami Herald critic Rene Rodriguez on the repertory cinema boom in Miami

Miami Herald critic Rene Rodriguez recently wrote a front page story covering the boom of repertory cinema in Miami.

Joshua Oppenheimer, director of The Look of Silence, interview by Hans Morgenstern

FFCC member Hans Morgenstern spoke to Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer about his latest film, The Look of Silence. His two-part interview covers everything from Oppenheimer’s influences to how his film strives to offer a sense of healing in the wake of the Indonesian genocide …

FFCC members review Christian Petzold’s ‘Phoenix’

FFCC members review Christian Petzold’s latest film: the post-WWII drama Phoenix.

FFCC members review Miroslav Slaboshpitsky’s ‘The Tribe’

FFCC members review Miroslav Slaboshpitsky’s all-deaf cast drama from the Ukraine, The Tribe.

Abdellatif Kechiche 35mm retrospective preview by Hans Morgenstern

FFCC member Hans Morgenstern on the films of Abdellatif Kechiche. The Coral Gables Art Cinema in Miami is now hosting a complete 35mm retrospective on the writer/director/actor entitled “Before Blue.” The Franco-Tunisian filmmaker is best known for Blue is the Warmest Color, an FFCC award-winning film.