About This Project

2020 MOFF Award Winner:

Best Short


Anna Burns and Jack Bouchard

Total Running Time:


Filming Location:

New Hampshire

Filmmaker Origin:

Maine and New Hampshire


Recycled to Ride’ features Korey Nolan, a local New Hampshire surfer and surf crafter. Nolan has blended his love of surfing with his passion for environmental advocacy to create sustainable, creative surf craft that inspires change. Along with his sustainable fin brand hydrophile surfcraft, Nolan is well known for his surfboards made of recycled trash and discarded fishing gear. The boards have drawn nationwide attention, and Nolan hopes that seeing them in the lineup at local beaches helps spread awareness of the need to protect our ecosystems in order to continue doing what we love the most in the outdoors. Created by Anna Wilder Burns and Jack Bouchard Featuring Korey Nolan, founder of Hydrophile Surfcraft Music by Christopher Miller

Thoughts from the filmmaker:
This film to be screened at:

7/30/20 – Late Show – Thompson’s Point – Portland

10/16 Freeport, 2020 MOFF Awards, 7/30 Thompons Point Late Show, 8/22 Edgecomb, 9/18 Winthrop, 9/19 Owls Head, MOFF 2020