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    Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer' Now Available On Netflix Streaming

    If you didn't get to see it when it was in a limited theatrical release, and are interested, you should know that Spike Lee's Red Hook Summer is now streaming on Netflix, via Image Entertainment’s One Village label. It was released today.

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    Why 'Killer Joe' and 'Arbitrage' Top Indiewire's 5 DVD/Blu-ray Picks This Week

    This week on DVD/Blu-ray: An NC-17 thriller-comedy hybrid that earns its rating and then some; the financial thriller that reminded us of how good Richard Gere is when paired with the right material; a breakout hit at Sundance from comedian-turned-filmmaker Mike Birbiglia; the latest divisive effort...

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    Image Entertainment Sets DVD/Blu-ray Release Date For Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer'

    All the info you need follows in the press release below...

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    Did Spike Lee Make Two Movies This Year About Michael Jackson?

    "Red Hook Summer," Lee's fictional film about a boy spending the summer with his grandfather, offers some interesting parallels with "Bad 25," his documentary about Michael Jackson.

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    With Broader Release & $318,000 Box Office So Far, YOUR Thoughts On 'Red Hook Summer'

    I thought we'd go silent on Spike Lee's Red Hook Summer until more of you had seen it, since we've had little conversation about it (except for me sharing my own thoughts, and a few of you responding, although most of those responses were from folks who hadn't seen the film yet.

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    Spike Lee's Tightened 'Red Hook Summer' Marks a Personal, Affectionate and Tough Return to Steamy Brooklyn

    Beware screening your movie too early at a big festival. Richard Kelly's "Southland Tales" was one example of an unfinished movie getting creamed at Cannes. Spike Lee, who defines the current indie model --lucrative commercial director by day, scrappy indie doc and featuremaker by nigh...

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    Q&A: Variance Films' Dylan Marchetti on Spike Lee's 'Red Hook Summer' and Building a New United Artists

    For more than 20 years, the major studios and major specialty distributors — Fox Searchlight, Universal, Sony Pictures Classics, Disney and others — have distributed Spike Lee’s films. But for his most personal work in some time, “Red Hook Summer,” Lee has relative newcomer Variance Films doing the ...

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    In Theaters: 'Campaign' Your Friends To See 'The Bourne Legacy' Or Spend '2 Days In New York' This 'Red Hook Summer' Weekend

    Happy Friday everyone! This weekend’s theatrical rollout has adopted a definite tenor, one that should have you rolling in the aisles…or groaning into your popcorn, as the case may be. But, hey – you can’t win ‘em all. The studios have put out the comedies in spades, with a little bit of every flavo...

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    The Films Of Spike Lee: A Retrospective

    If this weekend feels special for movie fans, it's not because of the trio of big-name blockbusters hitting theaters, it's because it sees a new dramatic feature -- the first in four years -- from Spike Lee, one of the most talented, idiosyncratic, maddening and controversial American filmmakers of ...

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    New In USA Theaters This Weekend - '2 Days In New York' & 'Red Hook Summer'

    Both make their theatrical debuts this weekend - although 2 Days In New York has been available as a VOD rental for about a month now, meaning some of you likely have already seen it.

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