Lauren Greenhall
Lauren greenhall

Lauren Greenhall is a director specializing in comedy and stories about unconventional people.

Her narrative feature debut, psychosexual thriller Perfectly Good Moment starring Broadway star Stephen Carlile and Amanda Jane Stern, is currently on the film festival circuit.

She has directed TV and video for Nat Geo, The New Yorker, The New York Post, CBS Interactive, HuffPost, Amazon Originals, and Inside Edition as well as branded content for Marvel, Footlocker, Dove, Sentry.IO, and the New York Public Library.

Greenhall was a resident at the Jewish Film Institute for her documentary ZELDA, a film sponsored by the New York Foundation of the Arts about a beloved and controversial wig seller In Hasidic Jewish Brooklyn. Her short dance film “Fading Back In” screened at the Museum of the Moving Image as part of the Reel Resilience Program and can be watched on MARQUEE TV.

In May 2020 Greenhall directed and created the Miss Quarantine Pageant, a scripted comedy parody of beauty pageants. With a cast of 20, two original songs and a coordinated dance number, this 35-minute extravaganza was featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NY1, and The Stranger, among others.

Greenhall directed comedy documentary special Haunted Mansions with Jo Firestone, VeryWell's first docu-series called "Stay Calm Mom" examining pregnancy from a pregnant woman's POV, served as a director/producer on CBS Interactive's comedy news show "The Breakdown with Luke Mones", and directed Milk

  • Perfectly Good Moment Trailer