Spike Lee will be presented with the NAACP President’s Award at the 46th NAACP Image Awards,
The prolific Oscar-nominated filmmaker opens up about his Kickstarter-funded drama 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus,' Eric Garner vs. Radio Raheem, the lowly Knicks, and more.
Good day, horror fans. In normal January fashion, there isn't a whole lot going on when it comes to horror, even though most other genres have theatrical presences right now. Just about the only new feature out there is Spike Lee's cursed...Show More Summary
He did the right thing. Noted New York Knicks fan Spike Lee did not travel to London last Thursday for the team's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. In an interview with Yahoo! Movies, he was asked about not going overseas and offered...Show More Summary
It has not been a fun season for the New York Knicks faithful, and superfan Spike Lee doesn't seem too pleased about how the year has unfolded. During a recent interview, Yahoo's Jordan Zakarin asked Lee why he didn't attend the Knicks' game against the Milwaukee Bucks in London. Show More Summary
In an interview with The Daily Beast this week, Spike Lee used his own long history of being ignored by the Oscars to give some words of encouragement to Ava DuVernay and the rest of the Selma team. "[Being snubbed] doesn't diminish a film," he said. "Nobody's talking about motherfuckin' Driving... More »
The Academy Awards announced this year's class of nominees on Thursday -- and promptly drew heavy criticism for failing to recognize people of color from the list. Many were particularly up in arms about the exclusion of “Selma” director...Show More Summary
The 2015 Oscar nominations were announced yesterday morning, and, as could’ve been predicted, the Internet went into commenting, thinkpiecing… Read More
Spike Lee isn’t mincing his words when it comes to Selma being snubbed by the Oscars. Lee simply stated: “F--k ‘em,” during an interview with The Daily Beast. As with most people, Lee said he wasn’t unsurprised that the Oscars snubbed the film in categories everyone assumed it would have been nominated in.
Spike Lee has some very blunt thoughts on the Academy snubbing Selma in several categories: "Fck 'em."
On the day the Oscar nominations were announced, The Daily Beast hung out with Spike Lee at his Brooklyn office to discuss awards politics and how ‘Selma’ was overlooked.
Do The Right Thing director Spike Lee isn't necessarily known for following the status quo. However, his choice to release his latest film Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus via Vimeo's Video On Demand (VOD) still definitely struck us as a bitShow More Summary
Spike Lee is trying to be the most modern director in Hollywood The Oscar-nominated director and writer's new film, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, doesn't just embrace modernity — it throws itself headfirst into the zeitgeist. It was funded...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Growing up is never easy to do and the growing pains cans be even harder when old friends try to hold us back. Examining male friendship, that’s the story filmmaker Michael Larnell tells in his directorial feature debut Cronies. Show More Summary
The final product of Spike Lee’s grass-roots experimentation premieres online.
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If you're overly excited about Spike Lee's sure-to-be-odd take on the vampire genre DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS, you have an opportunity to watch it right now! The film is currently available on Vimeo On Demand, weeks ahead of its February 13th theatrical release. Show More Summary
Ahead of its February 13th theatrical run, Gravitas Ventures has placed Spike Lee’s Da Sweet Blood of Jesus available exclusively on Vimeo TODAY. It’s available in the U.S. for a $9.99 24-hour streaming rental or $14.99 digital download. Pick it up here. Zaraah Abrahams, Stephen Tyrone Williams, Rami Malek, and Elvis Nolasco star. “A Spike […]
This is a big get for Vimeo: Spike Lee made his latest movie, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, available to stream on the video-sharing site today, a month before its theatrical release. Read more...
Spike Lee raised $1.4 million on Kickstarter to make the I-swear-it's-not-a-vampire-movie Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, and now he's returning to the internet for the film's release. Sweet Blood will start streaming today on Vimeo VOD, a month before it hits theaters. This is one of the most high-profile projects yet... More »