By Leila Latif
Spike Lee tackles black trauma, white saviourism and the ingloriousness of war in this searing Vietnam epic.
By Erik Nielsen
Dismissed by critics at the time, this sometimes ridiculous corporate satire from 2004 has lost none of its bite.
His heist thriller follows a crew of black veterans in search of treasure left behind years earlier.
Brooklyn’s finest will head up the competition jury when the festival returns for its 73rd edition.
Spike Lee’s magnum opus tells the story of a tense, sweltering summer day in Brooklyn, New York.
A serial killer and sweltering heat make for a lethal cocktail in the director’s underrated 1999 film.
Lucy Hale and Lucas Till are the first actors attached to Son of the South.
Our annual countdown of the movies that made the biggest impression on us this year, from Hereditary to The House That Jack Built.
Like Do the Right Thing and Bamboozled before it, Spike Lee’s film is a wake up call to white America.
By Tom Bond
In BlacKkKlansman, the director dramatises real-life events in order to make his point.
BlacKkKlansman is the latest ‘Spike Lee Joint’ to feature a powerful, thought-provoking epilogue.
A black cop infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in Spike Lee’s fiery, fiercely funny takedown of institutional racism.
Spike Lee’s latest interrogation of racism in America is his most entertaining and thought-provoking film in years.
Jean-Luc Godard, Spike Lee and Alice Rohrwacher are set to compete for this year’s Palme d’Or.
Nola Darling is reborn in this vital update of Spike Lee’s 1986 film.
By Nadia Latif
Spike Lee’s epic biopic of the black civil rights leader offers only glimpses of the great woman behind the man.
Take a peek at the director's first foray into TV and meet the new Nola Darling.