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Lauren Greenfield


Lauren Greenfield is a director and producer, known for The Queen of Versailles (2012), Thin (2006) and Kids + Money (2008). See full bio »
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 6 wins & 11 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

The Queen of Versailles
(2012)
Thin
Thin Director
(2006)
Kids + Money
Kids + Money Director
(2008)
Beauty CULTure
Beauty CULTure Director
(2012)

Filmography

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 2017 Fantasy Island (Documentary) (attached) (filming)
 2015 Magic City (Documentary short)
 2015 Artbound (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Beauty CULTure (2015)
 2015 Bling Dynasty (TV Series documentary)
 2012 Best Night Ever (Documentary short)
 2012 Beauty CULTure (Documentary short)
 2012 The Queen of Versailles (Documentary)
 2010 Fashion Show (Documentary short)
 2008 Kids + Money (Short)
 2006 Thin (Documentary)
Show Show Producer (4 credits)
Show Show Writer (1 credit)
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Other Works:

(book) "Thin". Companion book to the HBO documentary. San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books, 2006. ISBN 081185633X
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As a documentarian, there's always a mixture of empathy and sheer gratitude for the privilege to be there. You earn these moments. And I remember in my last film 'THIN', there's a devastating scene at the end where one of the characters, Molly, purges. I never thought I would ever film somebody purging, but it turned out to be important for the film and for that illness. So on one hand it's the ... See more »

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