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ISBN:1556702175
Author: et al. McMillan Terry,David Lee (photographs)
ISBN13: 978-1556702174
Title: Five for Five : The Films of Spike Lee
Format: mbr lrf azw lit
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Language: English
Category: Movies
Publisher: Stewart, Tabori & Chang; 1st printing edition (1991)

Five for Five : The Films of Spike Lee by et al. McMillan Terry,David Lee (photographs)



Lee, Spike Criticism and interpretation. Personal Name: McMillan, Terry. Rubrics: African Americans in motion pictures African Americans in the motion picture industry United States. by Charlotte Templin. ISBN: 0700607080 (cloth : alk. paper) Author: Templin, Charlotte.

by Spike Lee (Author), David Lee (Photographer), Melvin Van Peebles (Foreword), Terry McMillan (Contributor), Toni Cade Bambara (Contributor), Nelson George (Contributor), Charles Johnson (Contributor), Henry Louis Gates Jr. (Contributor) & 5 more. One person found this helpful.

Essays by African-American writers - Terry McMillan, Toni Cade Bambara, Nelson George, Charles Johnson, Henry Louis Gates, Jr and Melvin Van Peebles - accompany production stills taken by David Lee. Get A Copy. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Indigo Alibris Better World Books IndieBound.

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Five essays offer a critical interpretation of the films of Spike Lee. Five for Five: The Films of Spike Lee by Spike Lee,David Lee,Melvin Van Peebles,Terry McMillan,Toni Cade Bambara,Nelson George,Charles Johnson,Henry Louis Gates Jr. PDF. Related ebooks. Feelings (A Mike and Spike Book) by Judith N. Cantor. This is a book of photographs, which I wish it said on the cover or the description. I thought it was a book of his screenplays, which would make it great reading and valuable indeed. You can't judge a book by its cover for sure.

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Spike Lee contributed a blurb for "Waiting to Exhale. Ishmael Reed, who elsewhere has been vociferous in opposing male-bashing by black female writers, nevertheless is a friend of McMillan's and has helped her. But McMillan has done less well with black female novelists. Alice Walker, Toni Morrison and Gloria Naylor, names often on McMillan's mind, are nowhere to be found on her book jackets.

Mo' Better Blues is a 1990 American musical drama film starring Denzel Washington, Wesley Snipes, and Spike Lee, who also directed. It follows a period in the life of fictional jazz trumpeter Bleek Gilliam (played by Washington) as a series of bad decisions result in his jeopardizing both his relationships and his playing career. The film focuses on themes of friendship, loyalty, honesty, cause-and-effect, and ultimately salvation.

Few filmmakers have had as profound an impact on popular culture as Spike Lee. With his comic heart and deadpan political stare, he has entertained and challenged filmgoers since 1986 with a rapid succession of popular and critical successes that have portrayed the most serious issues of our time. In Five for Five, essays by Terry McMillan, Toni Cade Bambara, Nelson George, Charles Johnson, Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Melvin Van Peebles and pictures by David Lee critique and celebrate Spike Lee's films from African-American perspectives. And Spike Lee, in an introduction to the book, tells his own story in his own words.
Reviews: 3
Samulkree
Intro by Spike is very interesting to read on his thoughts on the development of his career and getting the movies made....nice pics by his brother,
Ienekan
This is a book of photographs, which I wish it said on the cover or the description. I thought it was a book of his screenplays, which would make it great reading and valuable indeed. You can't judge a book by its cover for sure.
misery
In 1995, I had a wonderful opportunity to check out "Five for Five", by Spike Lee, and I could not locate that particular book until I looked it up on Amazon,com, thanks!