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    Tribeca Film Festival 2014: “Manos Sucias”

    In ONE DAY, the topics ranged from rock stars/”Super Duper Alice Cooper,” fashion/”Dior and I,” drug deals/the Spike Lee executively produced, “Manos Sucias,” hot dogs/”Famous Nathan,” Montana/”Fishtail,” and sports/”When the Garden Was Eden.”

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    Tribeca Review: Spike Lee-Produced 'Manos Sucias' Casts Drug Smuggling In a Personal Light

    Shot on location in and around Buenaventura, the movie has a frantic, gritty energy attuned to its characters' frustrations.

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    Watch: 3-Minute Supercut Of Spike Lee's Dolly Shots

    Moving from features to documentaries, from big budget studio pictures to Kickstarter-fueled indies, Spike Lee is not a filmmaker you want to try and pin down. If you expect him to zig one way, he'll zag in another direction, but one constant through his features has been his use of dolly shots.

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    Interview: A Conversation With Director Darius Clark Monroe On 'Evolution of a Criminal'

    Clark retraces the events, moments, and social dynamics that led him to rob a bank, and explores the lasting trauma it caused him, his family, and the people in the bank during the robbery, as he takes responsibility for his actions, on camera.

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    Spike Lee Teams Up With Eminem To Direct His Video For ‘Headlights’

    Though he’s not really known for his music video work, Spike Lee has directed over a dozen music vids (they are listed on Wikipedia, fyi). Perhaps his most notable are the dual version of Michael Jackson’s “They Don't Care About Us” and Public Enemy's "Fight The Power" (in which he has a cameo at th...

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    Spike Lee vs. A.O. Scott & The New York Times - 'Whose Brooklyn Is It, Anyway?'

    Spike Lee vs. A.O. Scott & The New York Times - 'Whose Brooklyn Is It, Anyway?'

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    Revisiting Spike Lee's Divisive 'Girl 6' On Its 18th Birthday

    Revisiting Spike Lee's Divisive 'Girl 6' On Its 18th Birthday

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    Buena Vista To Release Two Volume Blu-Ray 'Spike Lee Joint Collection' In June

    Just in time to remind you that Spike Lee is one of the most challenging directors out there, here comes the two-volume 'Spike Lee Joint Collection' Blu-ray DVD set for June

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    Happy 57th Birthday Spike Lee! Reminisce With Us - Our & Your Favorite "Spike Moments"

    Happy 57th Birthday Spike Lee! Reminisce With Us - Our & Your Favorite "Spike Moments"

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    A Difficult Family Tradition: Basketball in Spike Lee's Film 'He Got Game' (Cinema Revisited)

    Some films deserve a second reading. In Spike Lee's He Got Game, basketball is reinterpreted into a difficult family tradition, one that's passed down by way of pain and loss, but exists as the lifeline for the relationship between a father and a son.

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