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“Lost In 24” won Best Mystery, Best Actress, & Best Indie Narrative Short Awards

Updated: Aug 18, 2023

Independent movie "Lost in 24" has won multiple awards and honors during film festivals competition, including:

- Winner of “Best Indie Narrative Short” in 8 & Half Film Awards 2023,

- Winner of "Best Mystery" , "Best Actress" in Rome International Movie Awards 2023.

- Finalist winner in New York International Film awards,

- Finalist winner of "Best First Time Female Director" "Best Thriller Short" "Best Women Short" in Independent Shorts Awards

- Official Selection in LA Independent Women Film Awards,

The Director of the movie May Liu (IMDB Profile: has accepted the interview with Michele Diomà from at 8 & Halfilm Awards :

Q: “ Where do you see the film industry going in the next 100 years? ”

A: "I think some potential trends and developments that may shape the film industry in the coming century include:

1. Technological Advancements: The film industry will likely continue to be influenced by rapid technological progress. This may include advancements in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and immersive storytelling techniques, providing audiences with entirely new and interactive cinematic experiences. 2. Artificial Intelligence and Automation: AI could play a significant role in film production, from scriptwriting and editing to CGI and special effects. AI-powered tools might streamline the filmmaking process, making it more accessible and cost-effective. 3. Globalization of Film: With the internet and digital distribution, films from all over the world will become more accessible to global audiences. This may lead to greater cross-cultural collaborations and an increase in diverse storytelling. 4. Personalized Content: As technology allows for more personalized content delivery, viewers might receive films tailored to their individual preferences and interests, enhancing engagement and viewer satisfaction. 5. Sustainable Filmmaking: Environmental concerns may drive the industry to adopt more sustainable practices, including eco-friendly production methods and responsible use of resources. 6. Changing Distribution Models: The rise of streaming services and online platforms may continue to challenge traditional cinema exhibition, leading to new distribution models and potentially redefining the theater-going experience. 7. AI-Generated Content: AI-generated scripts, characters, and even entire films could become more prevalent, blurring the lines between human creativity and machine-generated storytelling. 8. Expanded Realities: With advancements in holographic technology, films might extend beyond traditional screens, integrating with our physical environments to create fully immersive experiences. 9. Ethical and Social Impact Filmmaking: Filmmakers may increasingly focus on ethical and socially impactful storytelling, addressing pressing global issues and fostering positive change. 10. Interactive and Participatory Films: Interactive narratives that allow viewers to influence the storyline or outcome of a film could become more widespread, making the viewing experience more engaging and participatory.

Director May Liu at interview with New World Film Festival:

Q: What budget did you have?

A: "Lost In 24" was a low-budget movie, filmed within just one week, with a budget of less than $100,000. To optimize our resources, we utilized footage from external sources and employed AI tools during the editing process, which helped to reduce filming costs. As the director, cast, and editor, I personally did not take a paycheck for my involvement in this film, as it was created for the purpose of my foundation's humanitarian efforts. However, we did allocate some funds towards marketing and promotion, including participation in the Cannes Film Festival.

Q: If you had unlimited budget. Which actor and actress would you like to work with?

A: If I had unlimited budget, I would like to invite Sharon Stone or Jennifer Lopez to be the mother, and Kristen Stewart or Zendaya to be the daughter, Vin Diesel to be the kidnapper, Keanu Reeves to be the doctor, Jason Statham or Will Smith to be the police officer. That will be an interesting combination, I think.

Q: Your favorite movie?

A: War Horse, Avatar, Titanic, Kill Bill

Tell us 3 filmmakers that you like.

Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, Quentin Tarantino,

What is the scene that has impacted you the most?

The scenes that struck me the most in the movies are the iconic moment in Titanic where Jack and Rose stand on the ship's front, and the poignant scene in War Horse where the boy, now a soldier, reunites with his horse but is unable to see anymore. These scenes serve as a reminder to cherish what you have and not wait until it's lost.

(read full interview at the link: )

“Lost In 24" is an independent movie produced by Superstar Art Foundation about human organ trafficking, (IMDB profile: .

You can now book FREE ticket of short film by 7/31/2023 at below link:

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