Notes on Spike Lee’s remake of Chan-wook Park’s acclaimed South Korean thriller
Weekly Top Five: Korean New Wave
Discussed: Veganism, pet pigeons, kite flying, beating the shit out of people
Previewing one of the highlights of this year’s African Diaspora Film Festival, which screens Sunday with the director in attendance
A citywide series revisits the L.A. Rebellion.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Friday, February 15, 2013
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
Clarke Peters and Jules Brown star in Lee’s latest
A tennis ball, a wall, and some people is all you need to play one of the all-time great street sports
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
Spike Lee ripped the cover off urban America for my 13-year-old self with his 1989 tour de force. He speaks and signs copies of his photo memoir “Spike Lee: Do the Right Thing” 12/24 at Barbara’s Bookstore at Maxwell Street, er, University Village.
Spike Lee ripped the cover off urban America for my 14-year-old self with his 1989 tour de force. He speaks signs copies of his photo memoir Spike Lee: Do the Right Thing today, Dec. 24 at Barbara’s Bookstore at Maxwell Street, er, University Village.
“Inside Buffalo,” a documentary about the all-black 92nd Infantry that fought in Italy during World War II, screens Tuesday 2/2 at Noon at Kennedy-King College.
Jenny Bagert Terence Blanchard I’ve never been too crazy about the post-Blanchard-Harrison Group work of trumpeter Terence Blanchard, and in particular his soundtrack work for Spike Lee has left me cold. But that film work has probably earned him his greatest acclaim, including a Grammy for the 2007 album A Tale of God’s Will (A […]
The awesome When the Levees Broke may be Spike Lee’s masterpiece to date.