Spike Lee

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The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival aims to spark to conversation using "artivism" — the combination of art and activism. 

Filmmakers Korstiaan Vandiver and Devin “Egypt” Robinson spoke to On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott about the impacts of art and activism in the film industry.  


Little Shop of Stories is bringing best-selling New York Times author Jason Reynolds to Decatur at the Holy Trinity Episcopal Parish on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m.  Hear how Reynolds inspires young readers with contemporary stories that deal with real-world issues.


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In the weeks leading up to the Academy Awards, predictions about who will win are usually running full tilt. This year, the guesses are about the show itself. The Academy that produces the awards has gone back and forth on a host, what categories will be presented during the live broadcast and whether all the best song nominees will perform.

Beth Ward, the TV, film and book editor for ArtsATL, and Kalena Boller, host of the GPB podcast "The Credits," both joined "On Second Thought" to share their predictions on which films will take home a golden statue this weekend. They also shared their ideas on performances they wish had been nominated, like Emily Blunt's role in the horror film, "A Quiet Place."

Studying Spike Lee | The Black Calhouns | Olympic Preparation

Feb 29, 2016

Filmmaker Spike Lee's large body of work that's earned him a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.  It's also inspired a new curriculum for a class at Morehouse College. Also, the daughter of Lena Horne traces her family history to Atlanta and we talk about the Georgia Track Club's preparations to get several athletes to this summer's Olympic Games.

Full Show - February 25, 2016