The Florida Film Critics Circle (FFCC) is an organization of film critics and writers from Florida-based print and online publications. Founded in 1996, the FFCC strives to recognize outstanding work in film, further the cause of good movies, and maintain the highest level of professionalism among film critics in Florida.

Features & Reviews

A memoir at one of Miami’s long gone art houses: The Grove Cinema by Hans Morgenstern

FFCC member Hans Morgenstern tracked down the Fabulous Flying Fendelman Brothers to reminiscence about Coconut Grove’s long gone art house movie theater, The Grove Cinema, in the Miami New Times.

FFCC members review Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Sicario’

FFCC members review Denis Villeneuve’s latest thriller Sicario.

FFCC members review Ridley Scott’s ‘The Martian’

FFCC members weigh in on Ridley Scott’s┬áscience fiction dramedy, The Martian.

Miami hosts U.S. theatrical premiere of Venezuelan film ‘The Longest Distance’; 2 FFCC critics’ opposing views

The Coral Gables Art Cinema in Miami is hosting the U.S. theatrical premiere of Venezuelan director Claudia Pinto Emperador’s feature debut The Longest Distance (La Distancia Mas Larga). Here are two opposing views on the film by Miami New Times film critic Hans Morgenstern and Miami Herald film critic Rene Rodriguez.

FFCC members review Scott Cooper’s ‘Black Mass’

FFCC members review Scott Cooper’s gangster drama Black Mass.