Richard Brody recommends Spike Lee and Claude Chabrol, among others, as the back-to-school films to watch online this weekend.
Earlier this month, the mayor's office announced that Spike Lee's Crooklyn had been chosen as the winner of the inaugural "One Film, One New York" competition, in which New Yorkers got to vote on a quintessential (and family-friendly) NYC-focused movie to be screened in parks and theaters across the city. Show More Summary
In Donald Trump's America, the New York director's work has never been more essential. On Wednesday, September 13, the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment will offer a free screening of Spike Lee's "Crooklyn" in a park in every New York City borough, and in 10 theaters scattered around the city. Show More Summary
The thriller will tell the true story of a black detective who infiltrated the KKK.
"25th Hour deals with the loss and trauma of 9/11 while also examining, unflinchingly, the inwardness and isolationism of post-9/11 America."
Director Spike Lee is one of the most prominent African-American filmmakers, making some of the most poignant and relevant films that are full of rich social commentary about class, racism and more. Meanwhile, Jordan Peele just started...Show More Summary
Jordan Peele And Spike Lee Together For New Film Spike Lee and Jordan Peele are working together on a new film“Black Klansman,” a crime thriller about a Black police officer who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan. Also going through negotiations
Spike Lee would neither confirm nor deny rumors that he's in line to direct a "Spider-Man" spin-off movie.
Taking out KKK chumps, one by one. Read more...
Spike Lee will direct Black Klansman, while producing with Jordan Peele, based on the true story of a black police officer that infiltrated the KKK.
Denzel Washington's son will star in the movie. Continue reading…
The project centers on a real-life African-American detective who infiltrated the KKK in the 1970s.
In what sounds like a far more serious adaptation of that one Dave Chappelle sketch, Spike Lee and Jordan Peele are making a movie about a black man who joined the KKK. The man, a Colorado undercover cop named Ron Stallworth, answered an ad in a local paper in 1978 ... More »
Denzel Washington's son John David Washington is in talks to star The post Jordan Peele and Spike Lee Teaming for KKK Thriller Black Klansman appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Spike Lee and "Get Out" director Jordan Peele are teaming up for a film called "Black Klansman," a crime thriller that will be based on the true story of a black police officer who infiltrated the KKK, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Lee...Show More Summary
Spike Lee's 1994 film was chosen by audience vote for the NYC Mayor's Office program "One Film, One New York" and will be shows all over the city for free on September 13. Continue reading…
The 1994 film "Crooklyn" will be screened for New York City residents after a contest to find a New York-centric film to "unite the city." The One Film, One New … Click to Continue »
According to the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, their "One Film, One New York" contest "sparked a lively citywide discussion around water-coolers about great New York movies." Water-coolers... is that like Slack? Anyway,Show More Summary
“Crooklyn" has New York City's complete attention on Sept. 13.