The Fate of a Bird

A young hitchhiker gets a ride and her and the driver both get tested on fate.

  • Sage Drake
    Director
    "Our Last Time Together," "Unbalanced Universe," "Alone," "Our Shot"
  • Sage Drake
    Writer
    "Our Last Time Together," "Unbalanced Universe," "Alone," "Our Shot"
  • Angelita Bushey
    Producer
  • Venee Call-Ferrer
    Key Cast
    "Driver"
  • Project Type:
    Animation, Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    8 minutes 9 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 26, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    High Definition
  • Film Color:
    Black & White
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
  • Hollywood Blood Horror Festival

    Awards: Best Producer and Best Animated
  • Monthly Indie Shorts

    Official Selection
  • Other Venice Film Festival

    Official Selection
  • Alternative Film Festival

    Nominated: Best Experimental Film North America
  • Best Actor and Director Awards

    Awards: Best Supporting Actress, Best Actress, and Best Director of an Experimental Film
  • Open Window Film Challenge

    India
    Best Thriller Short
  • Cosmic Film Festival

    Official Selection
  • London Movie Awards

    Honorable Mention: Best Experimental
Director Biography - Sage Drake

Studied filmmaking at the College of San Mateo. Film instructor was Jay Rosenblatt.

Directed 30 short films including "Our Shot" (official selection Garden State Film Festival, Light House International Film Festival, Long Island International Film Expo), "Christmas Shit" (official selection Another Hole in the Head Film Festival, Long Island International Film Expo), "Callmeister" (official selection San Francisco Frozen Film Festival). 250 Official selections and 50 awards.

Add Director Biography
Director Statement

I'm an experimental filmmaker so I'm always trying something different whether it's documentary, narrative or even animation. It just makes life more interesting that way. I see no point of repeating myself with the same genre over and over again.