screenwriter, director & science communicator
CINDY | animated short film co-directed with Marco Bucci
MARKED | one hour drama, in development with Entertainment One
1001 WAYS TO WONDER | science web series, in development with Pier 21 Films
CURIOUS CASE OF VITAMINS & ME | science documentary, aired on CBC's The Nature of Things
Bryce brings his curiosity, irreverence and fervent sense of wonder to exploring fascinating scientific questions in documentary form.
As a dramatic screenwriter, Bryce is interested in crossing multiple formats, and genres, including TV drama, horror feature and short animation.
With nearly 10 years of experience as an editor in tv/film, Bryce brings his flair for cinematic pacing to cutting trailers and demo reels.
Bryce chronicles his globetrotting life adventures, chock full of hyperbolic anecdotes, irreverent wisdom and Legally Blonde quotes.
1001 Ways to Wonder, is an ongoing web-series about the science of mental health. Each week science filmmaker Bryce Sage will wonder about something that fuels depression, anxiety or addiction -- and then set out into the world with a camera and his curiosity to get the answers.
We all think we know vitamins – and we’re told they’re essential – but why do we really need them? Can we get what we need from our food or should we turn to supplements to fill in the gaps? These were a few questions on Bryce’s mind when he set out to understand the science of Vitamins in The Curious Case of Vitamins & Me
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