Robert Craig Films in association with Artists For Change announced today they will have a screening of The Lost Girls on July 31st to help bring more awareness of sex trafficking to our local community. This weekend was chosen for the premiere because it’s the United Nations International Day of Remembrance titled, ‘World Day Against Trafficking in Persons’. This LIFETIME Channel premiere movie was directed by Hollywood veteran filmmaker Julia Verdin with efforts to help young girls and boys around the world to be more aware of the evils of the trafficking industry.
This story depicts the horrors of sex trafficking in a deeply visceral way, serving as a call to action for many who consider their lives untouched by this world. Beyond that, however, The Lost Girls is also a story of family, of bravery, and of self-worth that cannot be dictated by the world around you. Watch the film trailer now at https://youtu.be/7f4DzaHZ_aA After the film, there will be a 30-minute Q & A from a panel of experts in the trafficking industry.
The screening is sponsored by the Soroptimist International of Auburn, the Auburn State Theater and local movie production company Robert Craig Films.
Tickets: $10.00 adult; $5.00 17 years and under Not recommended for children under 13 years old For tickets to the film, you can purchase online at www.AuburnStateTheatre.org/on-screen. All ticket sale proceeds will be given to AIM, and a matching amount of those tickets sales will be given to Stand Up Placer, sponsored by Robert Craig Films.