Spike Lee is more than three decades deep into the film industry. Somehow, he continues to get better with age. Earlier this year, the critically acclaimed director received his first Academy Award for his work on BlacKkKlansman. More recently, he released the second season of the Netflix adaptation of She’s Gotta Have It. Currently, the New York native is working on his upcoming film, Da 5 Bloods. There is a lot to celebrate about Lee’s current work, but it would be irresponsible to neglect his previous works such as Malcolm X, School Daze and Mo’ Better Blues. This year, Lee will celebrate the 30th anniversary of his iconic film, Do The Right Thing.
To highlight the significance of Do The Right Thing‘s 30th anniversary, Spike Lee will be screening the film in select locations at the end of the month. The 1989 film will be released in 4K for one week beginning June 28th and for single-day showtimes on June 30th at various Alamo Drafthouse, AMC, Cinemark and Regal Cinemas locations. Over the next few years, the Academy Award winner will also have the opportunity to celebrate the 30th anniversaries of Malcolm X, Mo’ Better Blues and Jungle Fever.