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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Spike Lee's Environmentalism: Science Fiction

AAEA President Norris McDonald met Spike Lee in Washington, DC where he was signing his new biography by Kaleem Aftab, That's My Story and I'm Sticking To It. Spike is planning a documentary on Hurricane Katrina's impact on New Orleans. McDonald suggested that he consider including climate change in the documentary.

AAEA-Hollywood noticed that Spike has not made movies with environmental or science fiction themes. His biography states that he did produce a 16mm science fiction film when he was in college called She Wore Black Shoes, which, "featured a woman with nice legs who wore black stockings and carried slime in here purse. Anybody who got touched by the slime would die instantly." We think it would be great if Spike made a science fiction movie with an environmental theme.
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