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Call Me Adam: An Exclusive Interview with Julia Verdin

By July 17, 2019July 18th, 2019Press

Call Answered: Julia Verdin: “Lost Girls”

Because I follow All My Children’s Cady McClain on Instagram, I was introduced to a magnificent filmmaker named Julia Verdin who has been making movies for over 30 years! Cady posted a picture of her & Julia in post-production on Julia’s upcoming feature film of her short Lost Girls.

Julia has made an amazing short Lost Girls, spotlighting the issue of sex trafficking. The film is very powerful, depicting how young girls get lured into this terrible life. Julia has used this short for many educational needs. The is a film that everyone needs to see

The short of Lost Girls is currently available on Amazon Prime.

The feature film of Lost Girls: Angie’s Story is currently in post-production with an expected release in 2020.

In addition to filmmaking, Julia is the founder of a wonderful non-profit organization called Artists for Change, which assisted her in getting Lost Girls: Angie’s Story made. Artists For Change mission is “to create high impact film, television, and multimedia projects to inspire individuals, organizations, and communities to bring about positive social change.”

She is also the founder of Rough Diamond Productions. Since 1993 Julia’s production company has been making feature films that entertain and inspire. “Rough Diamond distinguishes itself by crafting social message narratives at all budget levels that arouse compassion, guarantee entertainment, and foster participation. We are in the business of audience engagement and participation through stories of informed hope, both touching and visceral.”

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