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Spike Lee, still gliding to success

Document author(s):
Logan Hill
Document source:
New York Times
Publication date:
2013/11/24
Document language:
English
Document type:
article
Number of pages:
2
Source pagination:
AR1; AR14
Document name subject:
Spike Lee, Sidney Poitier, Steve McQueen, Ernest Dickerson, and Chʻan-uk Pak
Document contains:
production co
Related films:
  • She's gotta have it — Lee, Spike — United States — 1986
  • Mo' better blues — Lee, Spike — United States — 1990
  • Malcolm X — Lee, Spike — United States — 1992
  • 25th hour — Lee, Spike — United States — 2002
  • Oldeuboi — Pak, Chʻan-uk — Korea (South) — 2003
  • 12 years a slave — McQueen, Steven Rodney CBE — United States — 2013
  • Fruitvale Station — Coogler, Ryan — United States — 2013
  • Oldboy — Lee, Spike; Brolin, Josh; Tsuchiya, Garon; Minegishi, Nobuiaki — United States — 2013
Film country(ies):
Korea (South) and United States
Film language(s):
English and Korean
Film production company:
Regency Enterprises, Egg Films, FilmDistrict, Forest Whitaker's Significant Productions, Forty Acres & a Mule Filmworks, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Gamut Films, Good Universe, Industry Entertainment, JVC Entertainment, Largo International NV, OG Project, Palisades Tartan, Plan B Entertainment, River Road Entertainment, Touchstone Pictures, Universal Pictures, Vertigo Entertainment, and Weinstein Company
Film genre(s):
Adaptation, Biographical, Comedy, Crime, Drama, Feature, Historical, Music, and Romance
Film subject(s):
  • African American musicians -- Drama
  • African American political activists -- Drama
  • African American women -- Drama
  • African American youth -- Drama
  • African Americans -- Biography -- Drama
  • African Americans -- Race identity -- Drama
  • Bars (Drinking establishments) -- New York (State) -- New York -- Drama
  • Benioff, David. 25th hour -- Film and video adaptations
  • Black Muslims -- Biography -- Drama
  • Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) -- Drama
  • Drug dealers -- New York (State) -- New York -- Drama
  • Drug traffic -- New York (State) -- New York -- Drama
  • Haley, Alex. Autobiography of Malcolm X -- Film and video adaptations
  • Irish Americans -- New York (State) -- New York -- Drama
  • Jazz -- United States -- Drama
  • Jazz musicians -- United States -- Drama
  • Male friendship -- Drama
  • Men -- Drama
  • New York (N.Y.) -- Drama
  • Queens (New York, N.Y.) -- Drama
  • Racism -- United States -- Drama
  • Revenge -- Drama
  • Revenge -- Korea (South) -- Drama
  • Slavery -- United States -- Insurrections, etc. -- Drama
  • United States -- Race relations -- Drama
  • X, Malcolm, 1925-1965 -- Drama
  • X, Malcolm, 1925-1965. Autobiography of Malcolm X -- Film and video adaptations
  • Youth -- United States -- Conduct of life -- Drama
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