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Angie Lost Girls

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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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


Yellowjackets (TV Series) (post-production)
Laura Lee

Épisode #1.1 (2020) ... Laura Lee


Bienvenue chez les Huang (TV Series)

Big Baby (2018) ... Karen


Speechless (TV Series)

S-U-R-- SURPRISE! (2017) ... Girl


The Kicks (TV Series)
Lily Padgett

The Best Defense Is a Good Offense (2016) ... Lily Padgett
Go Big or Go Home (2016) ... Lily Padgett
No Pain, No Gain (2016) ... Lily Padgett
Head Games (2016) ... Lily Padgett
Break Away (2016) ... Lily Padgett

Making Moves (TV Series)

The Name (2016) ... Kit
Repercussions (2016) ... Kit
The Snake in the Grass (2016) ... Kit
The Tape (2016) ... Kit
The First Move (2016) ... Kit 2015

First Murder (TV Series)
Steffi McCormack

State of the Union (2015) ... Steffi McCormack
Bloodline (TV Movie)


2 Broke Girls (TV Series)
Little Blonde Girl

And the Very Christmas Thanksgiving (2011) ... Little Blonde Girl


Sound of My Voice
Abby Screen Double

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 environment through which the energy & excitement of the festival experience is brought online.

In year 4 the Moving Parts Film Festival will including certificates, laurels, panel discussions for each winning film, workshops, staged readings, and distribution. The overall winner of our festival "Best at Moving Parts Film Festival” will receive a distinguishing Certificate, Laurel, and feature on our Social Media.
There is no limit to how many films you are able to submit. There is only One Overall Festival Winner per year, although films may win in other categories and receive certificates and laurels.

Moving Parts Film Festival is a quarterly event. We feature the best in Independent Film. Featuring Short Films, Feature Films, Documentaries, Web Series, Music Videos, and Animations of any genre from all over the world.

Each season our judges watch review and rate all submitted films. The highest-rated film among our judges from ALL Seasons within the year will be designated Best at Moving Parts Film Festival (distinguishing feature on our Social Media, Festival Winner Certificate, & Laurels from MPFF)

The festival also encourages budding filmmakers through live & online classes, and workshops; giving them the tools and insights to the filmmaking process from idea to distribution.

We will announce all winners in each category per season. There are 4 seasons per year as MPFF is on a quarterly basis, and those winners will receive Laurels from MPFF. Winners will be announced starting in September, December, March, and Ending in June. This will be for the entire year.  


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