Annie-Sage Whitehurst has appeared in award-winning and internationally screened films, and has self-produced and written multiple shorts in quarantine during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“BPM” dir. Greg Robbins, RDM
A jogger (Annie-Sage Whitehurst) searching for cheap thrills stumbles upon something more exhilarating.
OFFICIAL SELECTION: New York City 2 Paris International Film Festival | New York Shorts International Film Festival 2018 | Aab International Film Festival 2018 | Lake View International Film Festival | New Jersey International Film Festival WINNER: DSOFF Film of the Month – May 2018 | TopShorts Online Film Festival – March 2018 | Lift-Off Global Network NY Online 2018 | Semi-Finalist at Jelly Film Festival
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE dir. Ali Matlock, Apogee Media
Amy Cox (Annie-Sage Whitehurst) and Justin Hollins (James Duke Walker), a couple returning from a vacation where they have taken the first steps in mending their broken relationship, encounter car troubles while traveling down a haunted stretch of road. Their lives are thrown into disarray when painful secrets are unearthed.
WINNER: Alternative Film Festival | Calcutta International Cult Film Festival | Festigious International Film Festival | Independent Shorts Awards | Jersey Shore Film Festival | Oniros Film Awards | The Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards | Vegas Movie Awards
PRIME MATTER dir. dL Sams – Dominick Sivilli, Other People Productions
Co-created by and starring Annie-Sage Whitehurst and Alanna Blair, this short follows two sisters who must make a life or death decision.
WINNER: The Sparrow Film Project OFFICIAL SELECTION: The Chain Film Festival
LAST SPRING dir. Daniel Gras Pujalt, Remi Sparks Productions
LAST SPRING is a narrative short film based on a script by Daniel Gras Pujalt. This 9-minute short set in 1940’s New York, during War World II, focuses on a young couple and the unusual love story that develops between them. Starring Annie-Sage Whitehurst as Sarah and Jared Koronkiewics as Marco.