by Wellington.Scoop — January 25, 2021
The Wellington Film Society heads into its 75th year of screening with Spike Lee’s 1989 masterpiece Do the Right Thing, set to ignite the giant Embassy Theatre screen during American Black History month.
After COVID-19 disrupted the cinema experience in 2020, the Film Society is back with three films from the acclaimed American filmmaker. Clockers (1995) and Bamboozled (2000) will round out the trio of Spike Lee films joints.
“WFS is thrilled to celebrate Spike Lee’s work in 2021. He has been a trailblazer in the modern cinematic landscape and his impact is indisputable. Lee’s films are bold and delivered with vibrancy, power and humour. It will be a rare treat to view his visually stunning work on the big screen with an audience.” says WFS President Caroline Garratt.
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