Spike Lee

Black Voices
The movie director also asked CNN's Anderson Cooper: "Why are we still asking, ‘Is this guy a white supremacist?'"
Black Voices
Collaborators Stefon Bristol and Fredrica Bailey simultaneously turn our attention to social injustice and the black kids who could save the world with STEM.
Home & Living
A new, Spike Lee-produced film joins the service.
Entertainment
Spike Lee's series based on his 1986 classic is returning to Netflix later this month.
Videos
Men and women alike were rocking suits on the red carpet.
Videos
“Green Book” took home the title of Best Picture at the Oscars, but not everyone is celebrating the win.
Black Voices
"Black Panther" made history and Trevor Noah made fun of white people. It was a night to remember!
Culture & Arts
The Best Picture choice can't undermine progress on representation, diversity and the importance of spotlighting marginalized voices.
Entertainment
We don't know if Jackson or Lee was happier about the filmmaker's Oscar win on Sunday night.
Politics
The Oscar-winning director remembered America's slaveholding past and told voters to get “on the right side of history” in 2020.
Entertainment
Asked what he thought of the film’s victory, Lee laughed and shouted, “Next question.”
Entertainment
The filmmaker won the Oscar for adapted screenplay on Sunday night.
Videos
Pantsuits, metallics and odes to the past — here are some of the daring Oscars red carpet looks.
Entertainment
The "BlacKkKlansman" filmmaker also paid homage to his 1989 film "Do the Right Thing."
Entertainment
The "BlacKkKlansman" director said he doesn't want to hear anyone defend their blackface by saying "it was the '80s."
Entertainment
This year's class features the most female nominees in Oscar history.
Entertainment
A video of her scolding resurfaces as Lee finally scores his first ever best director and best picture Oscar nominations.
Entertainment
The 61-year-old "BlacKkKlansman" filmmaker has received shockingly scarce Oscar love in his decades as an auteur.
Entertainment
2018 was a case study in the explosion of creativity that can ensue when filmmakers are liberated from the burden of being the Only One.
Opinion
No other film captured the racist terrors of this year quite like Spike Lee's tale of a black cop who confronted the Ku Klux Klan.