Guest Interview November 20, 2012
Spike Lee

Directing legend Spike Lee is in the red chair. Since his first feature, 'She's Gotta Have It,' Spike's directed some downright classics: 'Do The Right Thing,' 'Jungle Fever,' 'Malcolm X'... the list goes on. And he's not slowing down: Spike recently released 'Bad 25,' a documentary about Michael Jackson's 'Bad' that will air Thursday, November 22 at 9:30 pm ET/PT on CTV Two. And he's currently shooting the North American remake of Chan-wook Park's 'Oldboy.'

We also asked Ava DuVernay, a filmmaker who was also in town for the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, to put a question to Spike. Ava is the first African American woman to win 'Best Director' at the Sundance Film Festival, and her indie film 'Middle of Nowhere' is getting buzz as a possible Oscar winner for Best Original Screenplay. Watch a trailer of her film right here.

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