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Spike Lee to Use Sony's 4K Camera for Next Movie

feedproxy.google.com – The production will be lensed by "12 Years A Slave" director of photography Sean Bobbitt. 6 years 37 weeks ago via jackiechan

Michael K. Williams Joins Spike Lee's Kickstarter Joint Now Titled 'Da Blood Of Jesus'

fb.indiewire.com – The Kickstarter campaign is over, and Spike Lee now has a little over $1.4 million dollars to make his next movie. Details are still being played close to the vest, but Lee is starting to assemble his cast, and is bringing an old pal back into the 40 Acres And A Mule fold.

6 years 40 weeks ago via jetli

Spike Lee Adds Michael K. Williams to Kickstarter Movie

variety.com – Spike Lee has added "Boardwalk Empire" regular Michael K. Williams and Stephen Tyrone Williams to the cast of his Kickstarter-funded movie opposite Zaraah Abrahams. 6 years 40 weeks ago via donnieyen

Spike Lee's Kickstarter Campaign Succeeds, Reaches $1.25 Million Fundraising Goal

fb.indiewire.com – While some folks may think he's not doing the right thing, today proved that Spike Lee has still got game. The 56 year-old filmmaker surprised many at the end of Julyby entering the Kickstarter fray to raise $1.25 million for his next joint. Unlike previous "celebrity" campaigns, Lee didn't offer much in the way of plot details about the project, or even cast members but over the past four weeks, he's taken over social media, done countless interviews and more to raise awareness for his project. 6 years 41 weeks ago via donnieyen

Spike Lee's Kickstarter Campaign Hits $1 Million Mark

variety.com – Spike Lee’s three-week-old fundraising effort has hit the $1 million mark on Kickstarter. As of 7 a.m. PDT, Lee’s campaign had received $1,000,605 from 4,503 pledges — about 80% of the $1.25 million goal for a new film that’s known for now as “The Newest Hottest Spike Lee Joint.” About a quarter of the funds... 6 years 41 weeks ago via jetli

Spike Lee Casts Female Lead For Kickstarter Film

variety.com – Spike Lee has cast British actress Zaraah Abrahams as the female lead in his Kickstarter-funded film. The filmmaker disclosed he had discovered Abrahams while watching “Black Girl in Paris,” a short film by one of his students, Kiandra Parks. Lee revealed the selection on his Kickstarter page, where he has raised 54% of the $1.25 million... 6 years 42 weeks ago via jetli

Spike Lee Explains Why He’s Keeping You in the Dark About His New Movie While Asking For Your Money

feedproxy.google.com – From the start of his career to the height of it, Spike Lee has never had an easy time getting projects off the ground. In some cases it’s because he was ahead of the curve — like when he had hopes to make a Jackie Robinson biopic, but the financing never came together because studios didn’t feel there was an audience for a black baseball film. 6 years 43 weeks ago via donnieyen

Steven Soderbergh Pledges $10K to Spike Lee's Kickstarter Campaign

feedproxy.google.com – The gift entitles the "Behind the Candelabra" director to dinner and a courtside seat at a Knicks game. 6 years 44 weeks ago via jetli

Spike Lee Takes to Kickstarter to Help Fund His Next Film

8:02 PM 7/22/2013 by Binh Ngo
Spike Lee
Want to see Spike Lee make a movie about humans who are addicted to blood? If so, you may want to know about his effort to raise money for it on Kickstarter (via Thompson on Hollywood). What's the movie about? Not much is revealed other than it's "[f]unny, sexy, and bloody (and it's not Blacula)" movie about blood addiction.


Spike Lee Joins Kickstarter, Looking to Raise $1.25 Million for a Film on Blood Addiction (VIDEO)

feedproxy.google.com – Spike Lee has joined the quickly growing group of celebrities turning to crowdfunding for their upcoming films. Lee is looking to raise $1.25 million on Kickstarter for his next project, which will center on "human beings who are addicted to blood." Lee states at the top of the his Kickstarter page that his film will be "funny, sexy and bloody (but it's not 'Blacula')." "Every red cent, every wooden nickel will go on the screen," Lee promises in his Kickstarter promo video (below), mentioning the mega successes of "Veronica Mars" and Zach Braff's upcoming film through the site. 6 years 44 weeks ago via jetli
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