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 & News

Hans Morgenstern tangles with ‘Embrace of the Serpent’ in 2-part intervierw with director, in-depth Reverse Shot review

FFCC Vice Chair Hans Morgenstern spoke to Colombian writer/director Ciro Guerra about his mystical masterpiece and Oscar-nominated film Embrace of the Serpent in a two-part. His in-depth review can also be read in Reverse Shot.

Monica Pena, director of ‘Hearts of Palm,’ interviewed by Hans Morgenstern

FFCC Vice Chair Hans Morgenstern spoke to writer/director Monica Peña about her surreal second feature film Hearts of Palm ahead of its world premiere at the 33rd Miami International Film Festival.

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.

Miami International Film Festival’s Director of Programming interviewed by Hans Morgenstern

FFCC Vice Chair Hans Morgenstern spoke with Miami Dade College’s Miami International Film Festival’s director of programming, Jaie Laplante, about his picks for the cinephiles, as the festival kicks off today.

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.