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Spike Lee speaking Monday at Temple

Filmmaker Spike Lee will be in town Monday to discuss his career and the movie business at Temple University. Lee will speak at 7 p.m. at the Great Court at Mitten Hall (1913 N. Broad). The lecture is open to the public but Temple students will get priority seating. The Academy-Award nominated director most recently released “Miracle at St. Anna,” about four black American soldiers in WWII based on Philly-author James McBride’s book. At the event, Temple’s Main Campus Programming Board will be selling tickets for a raffle for a chance to dine with Lee after his lecture.

Spike Lee speaking Monday at Temple

Filmmaker Spike Lee will be in town Monday to discuss his career and the movie business at Temple University.
Lee will speak at 7 p.m. at the Great Court at Mitten Hall (1913 N. Broad). The lecture is open to the public but Temple students will get priority seating. The Academy-Award nominated director  most recently released “Miracle at St. Anna,” about four black American soldiers in WWII based on Philly-author James McBride’s book. At the event, Temple’s Main Campus Programming Board will be selling tickets for a raffle for a chance to dine with Lee after his lecture.

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