All posts tagged "Spike Lee"
Da 5 Bloods | ReviewJune 10, 2020
Things Fall Apart: Lee’s New Joint Unearths a Heart of Darkness Alive and Well “There is...
IndieSponge Episode 5 – Tenet, Spike Lee, Derek Cianfrance & Ari Aster/Lars Knudsen on Save the Green Planet!May 8, 2020
On this week’s episode of IndieSponge, Kevin Jagernauth and I talk about Christopher Nolan’s Tenet and...
Criterion Collection: Bamboozled (2000) | Blu-ray ReviewMarch 31, 2020
That Spike Lee remains one of the true provocative soothsayers of cinema should come as no...
Dog Days Are Over: Lee Examines Conflict and Crisis in “Summer of Sam” | Blu-ray ReviewMarch 13, 2020
Without a doubt, Spike Lee is one of the most notable contemporary American filmmakers of the...
2020 Sundance Film Festival Predictions: Maimouna Doucoure, Laura Baumeister, Nicholas Jarecki & Autumn de WildeNovember 13, 2019
Cuties French filmmaker Maïmouna Doucouré already has deep ties to the Sundance Film Festival. She won...
Criterion Collection: Do the Right Thing (1989) | Blu-ray ReviewOctober 1, 2019
Just in time for the film’s thirtieth anniversary, the Criterion Collection resurrects Spike Lee’s masterpiece Do...
2018 Cannes Critics’ Panel: Day 7 – Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansmanMay 14, 2018
With only Do the Right Thing (1989) and Jungle Fever (1991) as competition entries, it’s been...
Live from Cannes: 2018 Cannes Critics’ Panel – Meet the Jury!May 8, 2018
Celebrating our seventh year, for the 71st edition of Cannes, we decided to switch things up...
Annual Top Films Lists
Top 100 Most Anticipated American Indie Films of 2018: #56. Spike Lee’s Black KlansmanJanuary 16, 2018
Black Klansman In a career that spanning three decades, even as of late, we’ve seen Spike...
A Cannes Opener: 2016 Cannes Film Festival PredictionsJune 29, 2015
A furious slew of titles in the works would seem to prophesize a robust main competition...