After watching Back to the Future Part II, a young girl and her stuffed teddy bear try to invent a real, working hoverboard. Armed only with some household objects and a healthy imagination, they set out to make their goal a reality.
Sydney Freeland is an independent filmmaker and has done work for a number of companies, including; The Food Network, Comedy Central, Office Max, Audi, National Geographic, PBS, and Walt Disney. Freeland has an Masters in Fine Art in Film and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Computer Animation. She currently lives and works between Los Angeles and her home state of New Mexico.
Freeland is also a recipient of the following awards: 2010 Sundance Screenwriting Fellowship, 2010 Sundance Directing Fellowship, 2010 Eccles Directing Fellowship, 2009 Sundance Native American Lab Fellowship, 2008 Disney Fellowship semi-finalist and a 2007 Disney Scholarship recipient. Freeland was also a 2004 Fulbright Scholar.
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