Lauren Greenfield

photographer and documentary filmmaker

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Los Angeles native noted as a chronicler of youth culture, including her groundbreaking projects, Girl Culture and Fast Forward, as well as Thin, her HBO documentary film, book and traveling museum exhibition about the treatment of eating disorders

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For two decades, Ferdinand Marcos ruled the Philippines. His regime was notorious for brutality and corruption.

How Imelda Marcos, 90, is consolidating power in the Philippines

For two decades, Ferdinand Marcos ruled the Philippines. His regime was notorious for brutality and corruption.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

President Donald Trump -- with his flashy wealth, power and celebrity -- is the “apotheosis of Generation Wealth,” according to photographer Lauren Greenfield.

'Generation Wealth:' A cautionary tale in photographs

President Donald Trump -- with his flashy wealth, power and celebrity -- is the “apotheosis of Generation Wealth,” according to photographer Lauren Greenfield.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Lauren Greenfield's new documentary,  The Queen of Versailles , tells the story of billionaire couple Jackie and David Siegel, who were in the midst of building the largest home in the…

Making 'The Queen of Versailles'

Lauren Greenfield's new documentary, The Queen of Versailles , tells the story of billionaire couple Jackie and David Siegel, who were in the midst of building the largest home in the…

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