Lara Fremder was born in Milan, where she still lives and works.
She wrote for Studio Azzurro the movies L'Osservatorio Nucleare del signor Nanof, La variabile Felsen, Dov'è Yankel , Il Mnemonista and also the theatre pieces Camera Astratta, Kepler's Traum, Acqua, Fuoco e Terra omaggio a Tarkovskij.
Together with Marco Bechis, she wrote the movies Alambrado, Garage Olimpo, Hijos, Birdwatchers, la terra degli uomini rossi, which were in the official competition at Locarno, Cannes and Venice and won international awards.
She contributed to write the documentary La Nacion Mapuche by Fausta Quattrini, that won the award for best documentary at the 25th Torino Film Festival.
She wrote and direct the short movie Blue Sofa, winner of the Grand Prix 2010 at the Festival International du Court Métrage Clermont Ferrand.
Soon Oro Verde, that was directed by Mohammed Dani Soudani, will be released. Storia di Iqbal, an animated movie produced by Gertieproduction, is currently in production.
Besides her work as a screenwriter and writer, she also teaches scriptwriting at IULM University (Scuola di Cinema in Milan), and at CISA (Conservatorio di Scienze Audiovisive) in Lugano.
She is working on the production of her first movie as a director, Delphine D.