Kestrin Pantera is writer/director The New York Times called “a force.” Her new feature film, “Mother’s Little Helpers” World Premiered at SXSW 2019. Early reviews laud the film as a “wonderful, Big Chill-esque dramedy,” with “big screen chemistry from the ground up.” Kestrin and I have a wonderful chat about her life growing up in an agricultural town in California, to her time playing the cello professionally, all the way to her budding career as an actress/director.
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