BROOKLYN - Saturday marked 25 years since Spike Lee's iconic film "Do the Right Thing" opened in theaters.

On Sunday, the stars of the film gathered for a reunion and special screening at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

The movie, written and directed by Lee, takes place on the streets of Bed-Stuy in 1989.

The screening kicks off a 12-day retrospective of Spike Lee organized by BAM Cinema Fest and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.