The Lost Girls series of films

directed by Julia Verdin

highlights the growing

global problem

of sex trafficking.



Shortly available from Julia Verdin and Rough Diamond Productions are the following:

(1) Lost Girls -- a 23-minute short film about a teenage girl sold to sex traffickers, who struggles with shame, her faith, and self-acceptance, even as the woman who lured her must fight her own inner demons.

(2) Lost Girls: Marisol -- is a 15-minute version of the above short that focuses on Marisol Sanchez, the teenager who was lured by traffickers, and her mother's desperate search to find her.


Lost Girls: Angie is a feature film currently in pre-production at Rough Diamond. It tells the story of a teenage girl who has been rescued from sex traffickers but is struggling to readjust to normal life and her family, and how she works with the police to rescue her friend who was left behind.


Also in development at Rough Diamond is Supply and Demand - Lost Girls, a documentary feature examining the underlying causes of sex trafficking in America, as well as a TV series.