Spike Lee

The director of the month for April is Spike Lee . He first gained attention with the films She’s Gotta Have It and School Daze, which covered issues of race, gender and class. Although known for his films depicting race relations in America, he’s an eclectic filmmaker, directing biopics (Malcolm X), documentaries (4 Little Girls, When the Levees Broke), satire (Bamboozled), character studies (25th Hour) and heist films (Inside Man).
Spike Lee
1986 She’s Gotta Have It On Order
1988 School Daze DVD PN1997 .S31353 2003
1989 Do the Right Thing DVD PN1997 .D632 1998
1992 Malcolm X On Order
1994 Crooklyn DVD PN1997 .C86 2006
1995 Clockers/Jungle Fever DVD PN1997 .C65 2006
1997 4 Little Girls DVD F334.B69 N3 2000
2000 Bamboozled DVD PN1997 .B36 2001
2003 25th Hour DVD F334.B69 N3 2000
2006 When the Levees Broke DVD HV636 2005.L8 W44 2006
Books (Selected)
2007 Spike Lee Reader Fine Arts PN1998.3.L44 S65 2007
2005 Street smart : the New York of Lumet, Allen, Scorsese, and Lee Fine Arts PN1995.9.N49 B63 2005
2002 Spike Lee: interviews Fine Arts PN1998.3.L44 A5 2002
2002 The Cineaste interviews 2 : on the art and politics of the cinema Fine Arts PN1994 .C485
2000 Projections 11 : New York film-makers on film-making Fine Arts PN1993.5.U77 P76 2000
1997 Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing Fine Arts PN1997.D63 S65 1997
1996 Spike Lee Fine Arts PN1998.3.L44 H37 1996