Spike Lee: send us your questions for the director of Do the Right Thing and Malcolm X

What would you like to ask the man behind numerous seminal features – as well as recent shorts about New York in lockdown and the death of George Floyd?For the past three decades, Spike Lee has been one of the most vital forces in film-making.

His movies – snappy, engaged, uncompromising, entertaining, literate, disturbing – reinvigorated the cinematic landscape and shook the status quo.From his 1986 debut, She’s Gotta Have It, Lee’s arrival was a shot-across-the-bows for a film industry struggling to keep pace with contemporary life; Lee’s followup, Do the Right Thing – whose key moment involves an act of police brutality – was up for an original screenplay Oscar the year that Driving Miss Daisy won best picture.

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