Spike Lee won the 2012 Jaeger-LeCoulter Honor Award

The 69th Venice International Film Festival, Jaeger-LeCoultre plot together Venice Biennale, the 2012 "Jaeger-LeCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker" presented to the famous American director, screenwriter, actor and Producer Spike Lee, in recognition of his innovative ideas for contemporary film. For Spalding Lee, Alberto Barbera, director of the Venice Film Festival, said: "With a bold and innovative spirit, Sparkle has written many avant-garde movies and moxibustion the population, and the results are often surprising , Fully demonstrated the spirit of breaking through. His film prompted us to rethink their own prejudices and stereotypes. After the awards ceremony, the 69th Venice Film Festival will be the world's first episode of Starbucks Lee's new documentary "soared 25" (Bad 25). Spread the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson's famous record label "Bad," Spark Lee specially shot the piece to memorize the king of pop. He directed music videos for two of Michael Jackson's "They Do not Care About Us" (1997) and "This Is It" (2009). Jaeger-LeCoultre sponsored the Venice International Film Festival for eight consecutive years and presented the Director's Honorable Mention six times. For the past five years, this award has been awarded to filmmakers who have contributed to the modern film industry: Takeshi Kitano (2007), Abbas Kiarostami (2008), Agnes Varda (2008), Sylvester Stallone (2009), Mani Ratnam (2010) Al Pacino (2011).