Greer is an award-winning writer born and bred in Northern Ireland. His debut feature film, Butterfly Kisses, premiered at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival where it won the Crystal Bear for Best Film and has gone on to win another 10 awards and receive a further 12 nominations internationally. His second feature film, A Woman At Night, has completed production and will be released later this year.
His third feature, Dogboy, is to be directed by BAFTA-Winner Jaco Van Dormael (Mr. Nobody starring Jarrod Leto / Diane Kruger), and has Robert Sheehan, Sofia Boutella and Ron Perlman attached to star.
Greer has been commissioned by BBC Radio 3, BBC Sounds and Amazon Audible for three audio dramas.
In 2018 Greer was awarded a place on the BBC Writersroom, and in 2019, he was commissioned to develop an original series through the BBC’s TV Drama Writers Programme alongside Hartswood Films (Sherlock). He has television series in development with the BBC, and a number of independ- ent production companies in the UK.
He has also won the Cinestory Screenwriting competition in L.A. and has been a finalist in the Sundance Screenwriting Lab.
Greer co-founded London based, Paradox House, which has produced movies playing at Cannes, Sundance, Berlin and Toronto Film Festival, star- ring actors such as Ethan Hawke, Jessica Lange and Shirley Maclaine.