FFCC members on Gabriel Mascaro’s ‘Neon Bull’

FFCC members on Brazilian filmmaker Gabriel Mascaro’s Neon Bull.

Most Anticipated Films by Women at Miami International Film Festival 2016

FFCC Critic Juan Barquin puts together a list of female-directed films to check out at the Miami International Film Festival this year.

FFCC members on Andrew Haigh’s ’45 Years’

FFCC members on Andrew Haigh’s low-key domestic drama 45 Years, starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay.

FFCC members on ‘Carol’

FFCC critics provide their takes on Todd Haynes’ adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s lesbian romance Carol.

FFCC members on ‘Room’

FFCC members review Lenny Abrahamson’s latest film, Room starring Brie Larson.

FFCC members review Sebastian Schipper’s ‘Victoria’

FFCC members review Sebastian Schipper’s ‘one-shot’ crime feature, Victoria.

FFCC members review Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Sicario’

FFCC members review Denis Villeneuve’s latest thriller Sicario.

Mélanie Laurent, director of Breathe, interview by Juan Barquin

FFCC member Juan Barquin spoke to filmmaker Mélanie Laurent, about her second feature film, Respire (Breathe). His interview covers adapting Anne-Sophie Brasme’s novel, working with her talented young leads, and finding her eye as a filmmaker.

FFCC members review Noah Baumbach’s ‘Mistress America’

FFCC members review Noah Baumbach’s screwball comedy Mistress America.

Alex Ross Perry, director of Queen of Earth, interview by Juan Barquin

FFCC member Juan Barquin spoke to filmmaker Alex Ross Perry about his latest film, Queen of Earth. His interview covers Perry’s influences, his process when working with his collaborators, and upcoming projects, among other things.