Grenfell, was a BATFTA winning landmark feature-length observational documentary filmed over the course of year by a large ensemble team of producers and directors, put together by Director Ben Anthony. It told the powerfully human story of those who perished and went missing in the Grenfell Tower Fire tragedy - the worst fire to hit Britain since World War II.  It was a Minnow Films Production for BBC One and originally transmitted in June 2018. Sharron Ward was one of the self-shooting Producer/Directors on this film. The Producer was Gaby Aung, Editor Ben Brown, Executive Producer Morgan Matthews, Commissioning Editor was Clare Sillery.

To view some of the footage Sharron Ward filmed for the documentary - you can view her reel here.

You can view some of the additional filming during the production that did not make the final cut above and below: Dodi Mende, the brother of Mary Mende who perished in the Grenfell Tower fire speaks about losing his siter. Ungraded, unmixed rough cut. Filmed & Directed by Sharron Ward.

The tragedy of the Grenfell tower fire was met by many volunteers and grass roots charities, who in the absence of the Kensington & Chelsea Council, responded to the crisis unfolding before them. This short scene follows the Sikh charity Sikhs United who came to the aid of survivors and the community. Ungraded, unmixed rough cut. Filmed, Directed & Produced by Sharron Ward.

This heartbreaking interview is with Mahboubeh Jamalvatan who shared her horrifying experience miraculously escaping the Grenfell Tower Fire. Filmed, directed & produced by Sharron Ward for Channel 4 News.

To read a behnd-the-scenes account of filming on the ground at Grenfell, you can read Sharron Ward's blog for Talent Manager here.