Black Directors, Their Movies, and The Money

InsideMan

Spike Lee  After Gordon Parks, Spike Lee might be considered the face of contemporary black filmmaking. Lee shot to fame after directing and starring in Do The Right Thing and Jungle Fever in the 1980s and 1990s. His 2006 film Inside Man earned $88.5 million at the box office domestically. Despite his success, he still has the same problems raising financing for films. Lee is waiting on Universal Pictures to give him the greenlight to make Inside Man 2, according to IGN movies.  (Image Source: Universal Pictures)

Spike Lee After Gordon Parks, Spike Lee might be considered the face of contemporary…