Academy Award nominated filmmaker Spike Lee has established himself as one of Hollywood’s most important and influential filmmakers. Lee’s films are best known for their sometimes provocative studies of racial prejudice and conflict. Most recently, Spike Lee completed the Emmy Award winning documentary "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts". In addition to “Levees”, Lee has wrote/produced/directed over twenty feature films including the critically acclaimed films Malcolm X, Clockers and Do The Right Thing.
Currently, Lee is filming “Miracle at St. Anna”. Set in 1944 Italy, “Miracle” is the story of four black American soldiers who get trapped in a Tuscan village during WWII.
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