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

Hou Hsiao-hsien, director of The Assassin, two-part interview by Hans Morgenstern

FFCC member Hans Morgenstern spoke to Hou Hsiao-hsien, the director of The Assassin, which will have its Florida premiere this Sunday, Oct. 25, at Miami Dade College’s Miami International Film Festival’s GEMS event.

FFCC members on ‘Back in Time’

FFCC members review Back in Time, a look at the immense cultural impact of the Back to the Future trilogy, specifically the DeLorean time machine.

FFCC members on ‘Bridge of Spies’

FFCC provide their takes on Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks’ fourth collaboration, the Cold War drama Bridge of Spies.

FFCC members review Sebastian Schipper’s ‘Victoria’

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

A conversation with three Miami filmmakers by Hans Morgenstern

FFCC member Hans Morgenstern spoke with Carla Forte, Jillian Mayer and Monica Peña, three distinctive voices that are putting Miami’s independent film scene on the global map, in the Miami New Times. All three Miami-based filmmakers are the subjects of a retrospective at the Miami Beach Cinematheque, which begins this Friday and culminates in a conversation with them led by […]