Michael Jackson will never die — at least not in spirit. Spike Lee did his part to to keep the pop legend alive with his Bad 25 documentary, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival 25 years to the day after Jackson released his chart-topping album.
Lee was commissioned by Sony and Epic records to make the documentary, which he calls “a love letter” to Jackson. The director featured interviews not only with the same old familiar faces, but also a slew of unknown collaborators who worked in the trenches on the album. | Full Story