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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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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 important social and humanitarian issues. She has also created/directed short promos for non-profits and a short doc on Child trafficking. 

Julia transitioned to directing from a successful producing career.

She has produced 36 films, including theatrical releases such as “Merchant of Venice” with Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons, “Stander” with Thomas Jane and Deborah Unger, and “2 Jacks” with Sienna Miller, Danny and Jack Huston and Jacqueline Bisset, which played in many major film festivals including Sundance, Toronto, Venice, AFI, Montreal and London film festivals.

As well as holding an MA in Film, she has also trained as a director with Joan Scheckel, Judith Weston, John Osborne, and John Penney. Julia holds both US and UK passports and is based in LA.

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