People who want to keep seeing Spike Lee's movies had better line up at the box office with cash in hand, the filmmaker told those attending South Florida's Black Film Festival. "Hollywood is only interested in one thing, and that's money," he said Sunday in Opa Locka, Fla. "We cannot assume Hollywood will continue to make these films if we don't show up and support them." Lee also said he's not interested in making films that enlighten white people about the black experience. "I don't make films so white people can better understand black people," he said. "I make films for us to put our humanity on the screen." His movies include "Do The Right Thing," and "Mo' Better Blues."