Beat Music – recently acquired by Apple, along with sister company Beats Electronics – has created a documentary celebrating the 25th anniversary of filmmaker Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing.
The 22-minute short features Spike Lee and Danny Aiello revisiting some of the original spots where the movie was shot, contrasted by shots from the film itself.
The short also gets behind-the-scenes info from the original crew, such as as the building of sets, and revisits many of the actors who starred in the film.
The documentary also features a block party thrown by Beats Music in the Brooklyn neighborhood where the movie was filmed. Celebrities attending the family-friendly bash included Dave Chapelle, Wesley Snipes, and Mos Def. The event included numerous activities for both kids and adults, and featured a performance by Public Enemy.