Cast & Crew

Darcy Miller, Nahanni Arntzen, and Betty Moyer

the Cast

Darcy Miller

Jason Rouse

Dana Millican

Victor Mack

Patrick Green

Jana Lee Hamblin

Betty Moyer

Jana Lee Hamblin

Rich Hinz

Ayanna Berkshire

Ethan McKay

Jacob Lee Smith

Nahanni Arntzen

Sophie Giberson

Riley Stewart

...and Sir Finn as Rocco the Dog


the Crew

DARCY MILLER -  Writer, Director, Exec Producer

Darcy is the creator, director, and producer of One Bird. She graduated from Yale and the London Academy of Performing Arts, and studied writing at the New School. Other films include "180 Degrees" (written + executive produced, Portland Film Festival) and "Rise" (written, directed, + co-produced, Willson Oakville Film Fest, Apex Film Fest).  The script she co-wrote, "Caroline's Wedding," won the 2017 American Zoetrope Grand Prize. She's been an actress since she made her first film at 13, appearing in theatre in NY and London, film, and television.


Aileen is the owner of Pencil Ink Productions. Two of her videos won First Place in RPI’s McKinney Contest in 2011 and 2012, and another film, "Refurbished," screened at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in 2012. In 2015, Aileen created a 40-episode multimedia web series called "The Misselthwaite Archives," which is a modern teen adaptation of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. The show aired on YouTube and has been nominated for the Oregon Actor Awards, the Portland Indie Short Film Awards, and the Literary-Inspired Webseries Awards.


Is a photographer and cinematographer who grew up making movies with his friends in the back yard. He graduated from Eastern Washington University where he studied Film, Music and Photography. His work includes a number of feature films, TV shows, commercials, music videos, and independent shorts. Nathan is also a published photographer.


Composes music at his home studio in Portland, Oregon. He spent the late 90's and early 2000's honing his indie rock chops before receiving formal training and shifting his focus to orchestral music in 2012. His last four albums have featured a variety of orchestras and genres including his most recent work with a 150 piece choir. Singley's music has been licensed to numerous films, including some internationally. Singley also devotes himself to teaching music and developing tools for learning.