Toronto-born screenwriter Lauren Greenwood began her professional career writing for the award-winning Canadian comedy series Out There with Melissa DiMarco. Her writing can be described as macabre with a touch of levity. Her greatest dream is to resurrect the classic screwball comedy.
Film (Thriller) Editorial department Police officer Roland Prengler goes undercover in the small town of Ahndorf to investigate a murder case that has baffled local officials for quite some time. Three years ago, Lucy, a 17-year-old, disappeared without a trace. The police have good reason to believe she was murdered and they even have a suspect: Werner, a down-on-his-luck drunkard who lives at an abandoned farm on the outskirts of town. Roland's assignment is to befriend the eccentric outsider, gain his trust and get him to confess to the crime. But the deceptive friendship soon takes its toll on him and puts his moral principles to the test.
Out There with Melissa DiMarco
Television (Comedy) Writer Out There with Melissa DiMarco is a one-of-a-kind television show that parodies the glitzy world of... See full synopsis »
University of Toronto
Screenwriting MFA -- York University