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See You Yesterday


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Stefon Bristol
Narrative Short
USA | 2017
Guyanese Heritage
VENUE: Moray House // May 31, 2017 // 7:00 PM

SYNOPSIS: Two Brooklyn teenaged prodigies, Sebastian Thomas and CJ Walker, determined to outwit fate and role-play as God build a time machine to save CJ’s brother, Calvin, from being wrongfully killed by the police.


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About the Filmmaker:

STEFON BRISTOL

Brooklyn-born, Long Island-bred, Stefon Bristol is writing his own success story as a fresh face with a creative voice in the indie film world. Stefon is an award-winning filmmaker and recent alumnus of NYU’s Graduate Film Program.

Stefon’s gift is his ability to go deep with his characters; peeling back the layers of a character that looms larger than life and revealing what makes them relatable to audiences in a manner that is both authentic and captivating.

While at NYU, Stefon helmed five films including the Cine Golden Eagle Award winner The Bodega. Spike Lee, a longtime mentor, awarded Stefon with the 2016 Spike Lee Production Grant for See You Yesterday, a poignant, sci-fi short film. See You Yesterday is also being adapted into a feature film produced by Spike Lee.

Some of his favorite films are Back to the Future and Jurassic Park… Don’t judge!

Guyanese Heritage Filmmaker

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