captainsunbeam:

Malcolm X (director Spike Lee, cinematographer Ernest Dickerson, 1992)

thesmithian:


…then, along came Spike Lee, whose debut feature launched not only a renaissance in black filmmaking but also begat the indie film scene…

'She's Gotta Have It' opened on this day in 1986.

thesmithian:

…then, along came Spike Lee, whose debut feature launched not only a renaissance in black filmmaking but also begat the indie film scene…

'She's Gotta Have It' opened on this day in 1986.

myfriendisaac:

-Crooklyn: natural hair, summertime heatwaves, neighborhood drama, family conflicts, and sibling rivalries in 1970’s New York City. Spike Lee transports me back in time every time I watch it.

myfriendisaac:

-Crooklyn: natural hair, summertime heatwaves, neighborhood drama, family conflicts, and sibling rivalries in 1970’s New York City. Spike Lee transports me back in time every time I watch it.

tolleyalways:

Films watched in 2014: Clockers - Spike Lee (1995)

I honestly didn’t like this movie very much apart from dat nigga Scientific. Every scene he was in he had a different outfit completely covered in guns. He is my 2014 style-inspo if you know what I mean.