2019 and 2020 SFFILM Filmhouse Resident
Daniel Freeman is a filmmaker based in Berkeley, California. He is currently a FilmHouse resident within the SFFILM artist development program. His debut feature Teddy, Out of Tune has been selected to the 2020 Maryland, Mill Valley, and Bushwick Film Festivals. Daniel blends fiction and documentary approaches to create a hybrid style rooted in following earnest characters as they attempt to find healing through art and human connection.
  • Director (3 Credits)
    If You Hum at the Right Frequency2020
    Documentary, Experimental, Short
    Teddy, Out of Tune2020
    Feature
    Still Moves2018
    Short
  • Writer (3 Credits)
    If You Hum at the Right Frequency2020
    Documentary, Experimental, Short
    Teddy, Out of Tune2020
    Feature
    Still Moves2018
    Short
  • Producer (2 Credits)
    If You Hum at the Right Frequency2020
    Documentary, Experimental, Short
    Teddy, Out of Tune2020
    Feature
  • Editor (1 Credit)
  • Acting (1 Credit)
    If You Hum at the Right Frequency2020
    Documentary, Experimental, Short
  • Music (1 Credit)
    If You Hum at the Right Frequency2020
    Documentary, Experimental, Short
Official Selection
Teddy, Out of Tune
Maryland Film Festival
Baltimore, Maryland
2020
US Indies Selection
Teddy, Out of Tune
Mill Valley Film Festival
Mill Valley, California
2020
Programmers' Choice Award - Narrative Feature
Teddy, Out of Tune
Bushwick Film Festival
Brooklyn, New York
2020
Buñuel Award for Best Concept
Still Moves
Austin Arthouse Film Festival
Austin, Texas
Prize Soundscape
Still Moves
Portland Unknown Film Festival
Portland, Oregon
2019 and 2020 SFFILM Filmhouse Resident