June 26 - July 2 at The Art House Cinema & Pub. For tickets and available showtimes, click "Buy Tickets."
As we reopen, we are implementing new safety measures to keep the community safe. Please read about these new procedures HERE. Seating will be limited to 20 per showing.
After over 30 years, Spike Lee's controversial magnum opus Do The Right Thing feels as relevant today as it did in 1989. Pre-dating the Rodney King murder and the LA riots, this day-in-the-life look at racial tensions in the Bed-Stuy district of Brooklyn has sparked countless debates and pegged Spike Lee as both a radical fearmonger and a poetic genius. Outlandishly funny, deeply moving, and uncomfortably tense, Do The Right Thing is a staunch reminder of how cinematic art can reflect life and experiences outside our own.
A portion of each ticket sold with be donated in support of the Equal Justice Initiative.