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.
Find her complete acting, writing and producing filmography on IMDb.com,
Breaking the Wall (dir. Gabe Solozano) - 2020
Purgatory House (co-directed by Annie-Sage Whitehurst) - 2021
Recognition as an actor:
Vegas Movie Awards 2019 - Best Duo Winner (Annie-Sage Whitehurst + James Duke Walker in Roadside Assistance)
The Jersey Shore Film Festival 2019 - Official Guest (representing "Best Film" nominee Roadside Assistance)
The Monkey Bread Tree Film Awards 2019- Best Actress of the Season Nominee (Roadside Assistance)
Oniros Film Awards 2018 - Best Actress Nominee (Roadside Assistance)
Recognition as a Filmmaker
Lift-Off Global Festival First Time Filmmaker Sessions 2020 - Official Selection (Rodney at 3:00am)
The Sparrow Film Project 2018 - Best Film Nominee (Prime Matter)
The Chain Film Festival Winter Weekend 2018 - Official Selection (Prime Matter)
Annie-Sage Whitehurst as "Doris Hall" the only woman officer in the 1956 Hollywood devision, in Season 5, ep. 5 of Discovery ID's "A Crime to Remember" television show. Original air date: March 17, 2018. ©Discovery ID
A sampler of sad, mad and lonely characters. Song: Bo Diddley - Prisoner of Love (slow version)
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
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
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
Unable to sleep the night before her play opens, Rodney (Annie-Sage Whitehurst) reaches out to her leading lady, Alyssa (also Whitehurst).
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Lift-Off Global Film Festival: First-Time Filmmakers Showcase
This mockumentary follows Derek, a 30something recently quarantined in his apartment due to Covid-19. Unfortuntely for him, he's not alone. Created by and starring Sal Joseph as Derek and Annie-Sage Whitehurst as Evie.
WINNER: "Best Covid-19 / Quarantine Short Film Award," Direct Monthly Online Film Festival
FINALIST: Indie Short Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTION: Astoria Film Festival, Lift-Off Global Film Festival: First-Time Filmmakers Showcase
It's going to take more than a 16-hour drive, a pandemic, MAGA creeps and the National Guard to keep these best friends apart.
This trailer was shot completely in quarantine, and is Annie-Sage's first experiement with filming and editing a green screen.
JANINE is a feature-length script in progress from Annie-Sage.
FINALIST: "Best Trailer" at Kosice International Monthly Film Festival
This experiment with the film noir form was created and edited by Annie-Sage Whitehurst for The Sequestered: A Micro Short Film Festival.