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Angie: Lost Girls by Julia Verdin one of our BEST FOR FESTS Label

Angie, an innocent 15 year old, is abducted by traffickers from her hometown. When she is finally rescued, she tries to heal from her trauma while con tending with the continued threat the traffickers pose to her, her family, and her friend still in captivity.

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“ANGIE: LOST GIRLS” wins Best Feature Film at Hot Springs International Women's Film Festival

HSWFF 2021 AWARD WINNERS   “ANGIE: LOST GIRLS”  Best Feature Film Julia Verdin Director Julia Verdin Writer Janet Odogwu Butters Writer Julia Verdin Producer  Sean Michael Acosta Producer Jason Piette Producer Cady McClain Producer Morris S. Levy Producer “About German Women”  Best Short Film Kevin Schmutzler Director Tobias Schmutzler Director Michael Croce Writer Caroline Muhl Producer Elisa Schlott Key Cast “Frie...

Two awards for Angie: Lost Girls at Accolade 2020 Best Film and Best Direction

Julia Verdin (USA) won two awards for Angie: Lost Girls  At Accolade November awards session:  Award of Excellence: Direction, and Award of Excellence: Film Feature   ...

Angie Lost Girls wins the Accolade Humanitarian Award – Award of Distinction

Julia Verdin has won a prestigious  Award of Distinction Humanitarian Award from Accolade Global Film Competition. The award was given for Julia Verdin's exciting feature film Angie: Lost Girls.   The goal of the Humanitarian Award is to honor filmmakers who are bringing awareness to issues of Ecological, Political, Social Justice, Health and Wellness, Animals, Wildlife, Conservation and Spiritual importance – combined with excellence in filmmaking craft.&nb...

Angie: Lost Girls selected at the Hot Springs International Women's Film Festival April 23 – 25, 2021

The Hot Springs International Women’s Film Festival (HSWFF) is presented by the Hot Springs Arts & Film Institute. The festival celebrates women filmmakers and artists by providing a venue and networking forum at the historic Central Theater in Hot Springs National Park, AR. USA. The HSWFF believes it is important to hear and see the educated, entertaining and diverse stories of women from around the world. We provide a platform for networking and sharing your visions, the Historic ...

Angie Lost Girls wins the Narrative Feature Grand Prize at SR Socially Relevant Festival New York

Yesss !Two prizes for Angie Lost Girls: BEST FILM and BEST ACTRESS (Jane Widdup)  Award Winners Announced at SR Socially Relevant™ Film Festival 2021   -- The Narrative Feature Grand Prize goes to SRFF International Jury favorite Dustwun and Angie:Lost Girls (Ex-Aequo) -- The Boys Who Said NO! Judith Ehrlich's production on the resistance against the Vietnam War wins Best Documentary Feature. -- How We See Water wins The Vanya Exerjian - Empowering Women ...

Chandler Film Festival awards Best Feature Film to Julia Verdin's Angie Lost Girls

Lovely surprise when @chandlerfilmfest Mitesh Patel (right) came and presented our best film award for Angie: Lost Girls in person. So grateful that people are getting behind the film and spreading awareness on issue. They did a wonderful Q&A after with reps from Cece hope foundation who work with rehabilitating teenage victims of trafficking. Congratulations to all the winners, nominees, and selectees! Best Feature Film: Angie: Lost Girls By Julia Verdin   ...

Angie Lost girls will play at the Chandler International Film Festival January 21 – 24, 2021

Due to COVID-19 Pandamic CIFF 2021 will be held at Harkins Theater (limited seating) + Drive-in Theater + Virtual Screening. The Chandler International Film Festival is a diversified and pioneering film festival located in Chandler, Arizona. CIFF is going to screen over 120 films from more than 35 countries! Our 4-day (January 21-24, 2021) festival will include Red Carpet, Opening Ceremony, World Premiers, Award Ceremony, Networking, Workshops, Q&A and After Parties. Chandler Internation...

Angie Lost Girls selected at RIFF Awards closing December 3

  The RIFF Awards – Rome Independent Film Festival, is an international independent film festival whose main goal is to promote contemporary cinema. The festival takes place in Rome in November over 7 days and showcases about 100 premieres of both Italian and international films which are distributed over 13 sections: first and second feature films, documentaries, short films, experimental films and animations, scripts and screenplays that stood out for their contents ...

Angie: Lost Girls selected to screen at The Bahamas Film Festival

BIFF VIRTUAL BIFF will offer a vibrant online interactive space, powered by cutting edge internet platform Filmocracy.  You will experience all the excitement and buzz of the festival while in the comfort of your home, January 4 - 10.   BIFF is excited to embrace the new technology and aims to provide the magical, island touch, creating an environment for viewing films, panel discussions, tributes, and industry networking. Film festivals around the world are adapting ...

Best Film and Best Actress Award for ANGIE: LOST GIRLS at Moving Parts Film Festival

Angie: Lost Girls bagged two key prizes at the Moving Pictures Film Festival Best feature fil and best actress. Jane Widdop also known for her roles in Jessica Darling's It List (2016), The Kicks (2015) and Yellowjackets (2020) won best picture for her lead role in Angie: Lost Girls by Julia Verdin.     See her full bio on IMDB   - Angie: Lost Girls  Angie Morgan  2020 - Yellowjackets (TV Series) (post-production) Laura Lee...

Q&A with Julia Verdi at Moving Parts Film Festival for her winning feature Angie: Lost Girls

Q&A Session for the Award-Winning Film ANGIE: LOST GIRLS with director Julia Verdin;  Monica Quinn and Adam Fried (festival founders)  The film won best actress for Jane Widdop The Fall Virtual Film Festival event is presented by Chrysalis Pictures and in part by the media partner Filmocracy and took place September 26-27th, 2020   Official Trailer for the Fall 2020 MOVING PARTS FILM FESTIVAL.   MOVING PARTS FILM FESTIVAL FALL 2020 TRAILER from Adam F...

Angie: Lost Girls selected at International Social Change Film Festival

The International Social Change Film Festival's (or "ChangeFest") is a transformative experience that occupies the intersection of storytelling, fun and activism. ChangeFest showcases stories-via film, art, music, spoken word, and more-from all over the world to educate and inspire the international community on some of the global wrongs occurring each and every day while also pairing that experience with opportunities to get involved with organizations committed to righting the...

Angie: Lost Girls selected at Moving Parts Film Festival

Chrysalis Pictures Proudly Presents The Moving Parts Film Festival Sponsored by FILMOCRACY. In its 4th year this interactive online film festival includes guaranteed distribution with Filmocracy for all winning films, and a chance to connect with other partnering distribution services. Filmocracy is a gamified movie streaming platform that rewards users with virtual popcorn for discovering independent films. They have committed to helping their festival partners by building a virtual festival...

Angie: Lost Girls selected at upcoming Hobnobben Film Festival

At Hobnobben Film Festival, we aim to champion unique and diverse storytellers. Our 5th annual festival will be held October 23rd -25th at Cinema Center, a 501c3 non-profit art-house theater, located in the downtown Fort Wayne arts district. Cinema Center’s mission is to provide unique opportunities to explore our world through the art of film, and Hobnobben allows us the opportunity to do this – like whoa. Fort Wayne is a great place to live, a great place to visit and a great ...

Best for Fests 'Lost Girls': The EPK

Our Goals •The motion picture, Lost Girls, is a call to action for the audience to mobilize against the epidemic of sex trafficking and support the work of organizations already involved in the fight. Research shows that when people are emotionally engaged they are more likely to take action. •It aims to send out a powerful message and educate families and teenagers about sex traffickers praying on innocent teenagers. This is urgently important as trafficking is on the rise in all 50...

Best for Fests 'Lost Girls': The crew

•JULIA VERDIN Director/Writer/Producer -As a Director/Writer, Julia Verdin’s credits include the feature film Lost Girls starring Olivia D'Abo, Dylan Sprayberry, Anthony Montgomery and MC Lite. Julia also directed the award-winning short film “Lost Girls” starring Bar Paly, Marisol Nichols, Siena Goines, Rena Owen and Jamie Harris and narrative short "Brown" about foster youth. Julia is passionate about making social issue driven films as a writer/ director ...

Best for Fests 'Lost Girls': Full cast

•Olivia D’Abo as HAYLEY -Credits include The Wonder Years, Justice League, Legend of Tarzan, The Devil’s Violinist, and Law and Order.   •Randall Batkinoff as DAN -Batinkoff’s credits include The Peacemaker, with Nicole Kidman and George Clooney; and Mad City with Dustin Hoffman and John Travolta. Batinkoff also played opposite Jennifer Lopez and Martin Sheen in Bordertown.   •Jane Widdop as ANGIE -Jane has appeared on shows such as Fresh Off ...

Best for Fests 'Lost Girls': Julia Verdin bio

As a Director/Writer, Julia Verdin’s credits include the feature film Lost Girls starring Olivia D'Abo, Dylan Sprayberry, Anthony Montgomery and MC Lite. Julia also directed the award-winning short film “Lost Girls” starring Bar Paly, Marisol Nichols, Siena Goines, Rena Owen and Jamie Harris and narrative short "Brown" about foster youth. Julia is passionate about making social issue driven films as a writer/ director and using the power of film to shed light on...

Best for Fests 'Lost Girls': Julia Verdin - Director's Statement

"I was inspired to write and direct this story after my experiences volunteering at Children of the Night, a shelter for runaway girls, many of whom had been taken in by pimps and put on the streets.  Many of these girls were 12-15 years old, very vulnerable, and emotionally shut down after the harrowing experiences they had been through.    It was important to me to represent my subject in the most authentic and genuine way, so I did a lot of research whilst working on t...

Best for Fests 'Lost Girls': Synopsis

Angie, an innocent 15 year old, is abducted by traffickers from her hometown. When she is finally rescued, she tries to heal from her trauma while con tending with the continued threat the traffickers pose to her, her family, and her friend still in captivity.   Hayley and Dan Morgan are a regular all-American couple, dealing with the typical problems many parents face with working long hours to provide their teenage daughters with the best education and opportunities.   Never i...

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