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Named by the New York Times as “America’s foremost visual chronicler of the plutocracy,” Emmy-award-winning filmmaker/photographer Lauren Greenfield has produced groundbreaking work on consumerism, youth culture and gender for the last 25 years. Her documentary films Thin, The Queen of Versailles and Generation Wealth, and photography books Fast Forward, Girl Culture, Thin and Generation Wealth have been screened, published, and exhibited around the world where they have provoked international dialogue about some of the most important issues of our time. The Queen of Versailles won Greenfield the Best Documentary Director Award at the Sundance Film Festival and was named by Vogue as one of the top documentaries of all time. Greenfield’s viral ad, #LikeAGirl, swept commercial awards, including 14 Cannes Lions (2015), was named 3rd Best Ad of the Decade, and earned her the #1 Director/Most Awarded Director by AdAge, the first woman to top this list. Greenfield’s latest body of work, Generation Wealth, garnered her The Paris Photography Prize (PX3), and the Photographer of the Year from the Art Directors Club, opened the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and is being released by Amazon Studios.