Spike Lee

My Canon 814 Captured Some of This Joint (VIDEO)

June 28, 2012 Double7 Images

Shout out to Tambay over at Shadow and Act for the scoop on Spike Lee’s latest film. I had to share this for two reasons: (1) Because I got in the film game with Spike Lee as an inspiration, and… (2) my Super8 film camera captured the footage you see within. Who’s going to see […]

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Spike Lee Dolly Shots (VIDEO)

April 24, 2012 Stamp of Approval

A lot of us got into the game because of Spike. Here’s a montage of every dolly shot he’s blessed us with in his joints. Stolen again from my man Keith Davis’s blog.

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Spike Lee, Dee Rees, + Sundance (VIDEO)

January 23, 2012 Stamp of Approval

Check out this very candid conversation from TimesTalks at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. It’s over an hour, but you will get a lot from this. Click the link below to watch the interview. (VIA)

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Spike Lee Keeps it 100 (VIDEO)

November 5, 2011 Stamp of Approval

I saw Anthony Artis had this up on his blog. Keeping secrets! This is worth your 5 minutes. And Mr. Lee, we’re still waiting on that Double Down Film Show interview!

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Do The Right Thing Book (G’looks Spike!)

June 14, 2011 Interesting Images

Just got the Canon 814 back with a few nice items from Spike. An autographed copy of the “Do The Right Thing” book I’m holding and a copy of Preston Neal Jones’ “Heaven & Hell To Play With” — an incredible profile on “The Night of the Hunter”, which I’ll be adding to my queue […]

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Episode 64: Writer/Director Julius Onah

March 1, 2011 Double Down Film Show

On the next Double Down Film Show we’ll delve deep into the practical realities of making your first feature with writer/director, Julius Onah. Julius was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film. His debut feature, The Girl Is In Trouble, is executive produced by Spike Lee, stars Columbus Short and Wilmer Valderrama, and is poised to launch him firmly onto the independent film scene…

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