SEE YOU YESTERDAY

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Project Description

SEE YOU YESTERDAY

TICKETS

OPENING NIGHT THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2018 @ 6PM

SEE YOU YESTERDAY Stefon Bristol • HARLEM PREMIERE • USA • 2016 • 15:00 min • Sci-Fi Drama

Presented by Spike Lee, two Brooklyn teenage prodigies, C.J. Walker and Sebastian Thomas – determined to outwit fate and role-play as God – build make-shift time machines to save CJ’s brother, Calvin, from being wrongfully killed by a police officer.

 

Crew:    
  • Stefon Bristol
    Director
     
  • Stefon Bristol
    Writer
     
  • Fredrica Bailey
    Writer
     
  • Spike Lee
    Executive Producer
    Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X
  • Ashley Alexander
    Producer
     
  • Eden Duncan-Smith
    Key Cast
    Annie (2014)
  • Dante Crichlow
    Key Cast
     
  • Parish Bradley
    Key Cast
     
  • Melvin Mogoli
    Key Cast
    72 Hours: A Brooklyn Love Story?, King Jack, Gimmie the Loot
  • Alex Emanuel
    Key Cast
    Blue Bloods
  • Manny Ureña
    Key Cast
    Blue Bloods
  • Joshua A Foster
    Co-Producers
     
  • Thati Peele
    Co-Producers
    Lerato (short)
  • Felipe Vara de Rey
    Cinematographer
     
  • Laura Moss
    Production Designer
     
  • Abu Rivera
    Costume Designer
     
  • Winter Coleman
    Casting Director
     
  • Noel Rayo Diz
    Editor

Stefon Bristol

Brooklyn born, Long Island bred, Stefon Bristol is an award-winning filmmaker who has made numerous films with some going to many film festivals. He attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA where he met and begged Spike Lee for an internship. Since then, Stefon has been pursuing his career as a filmmaker at NYU’s graduate film school where he made the film “The Bodega” which won a Cine Golden Eagle Award.

Spike Lee has selected Stefon to be a recipient of the 2016 Spike Lee Production Grant and the 2017 Reise Post-Production Award for his thesis short, “See You Yesterday.” Stefon also was awarded his MFA in Filmmaking in September 2016. His favorite films are Do the Right Thing, Back to the Future Part II, and Jurassic Park. . . Don’t judge.