Stefon Bristol

director of “See You Yesterday”

Stefon Bristol on KCRW

Imagine a movie that’s a mash-up of “Back to the Future” and Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” That’s the elevator pitch for the new film “See You Yesterday.”

In ‘See You Yesterday,’ time-traveling science nerds try to prevent a police shooting

Imagine a movie that’s a mash-up of “Back to the Future” and Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing.” That’s the elevator pitch for the new film “See You Yesterday.”

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