Fenella GreenfieldScript Doctor, Lecturer
Fenella Greenfield is a founder member of Euroscript and works as both script doctor and lecturer for the organisation. She also runs its annual Screen Story competition.
She pays the rent as a freelance TV trailer maker and short-form corporate producer/director.
She’s written jokes for Weekending and Newsjack (BBC Radio) and screenplays for Doctors (BBC1’s daytime drama). She’s had radio plays broadcast on LBC and won an IRDP award for her 90-minute radio play Cuffee’s Reward.
Her co-written feature-film The Attendant won JETS during Berlin’s EFM 2018.
Her short film, Pill (2017, writer/director) was nominated for Best Apocalyptic Comedy at the End of Days Film Festival 2018; was screened at the Unrestricted View Film Festival 2018, the WOFF Film Festival 2018, Tweetfest 2017, at which one of its leads, Maia Watkins, won Best Actress and was selected for Lift Off Global Network London 2017.
Her feature film 2.0 Lucy (writer/director) is currently in post production, slated for release Spring 2020.