BBC One, 2018

GRENFELL

Directed by Ben Anthony, Grenfell’ weaves together interviews, archive, social media content and observational footage to form a compelling, moving and lasting record of the events before, during and after the most devastating tower block fire in British history.

Made over the course of one year, with filming starting on the day after the fire, this meticulously-crafted film features intimate accounts from the people whose lives were irrevocably changed that night – some of whom have never spoken publicly before.

The documentary captures the trauma, tragedy and grief alongside extraordinary moments of courage, unity and resilience – remembering those who tragically died, while hearing from survivors, the bereaved, members of the local community, faith leaders, the police and the local councillors from Kensington and Chelsea. Grenfell’ contains the largest collection of interviews with people connected to the tragedy to be gathered together in one single film.

Televisual Bulldog Award
Documentary Single

Winner

BAFTA Craft
Director: Ben Anthony
Winner

BPG Award
Best Single Documentary
Winner

A profoundly moving testament to enduring grief

The Guardian

A brilliant exploration of the human response to tragic violence

The New Statesman

Profoundly moving

The Telegraph
DIRECTOR 

Ben Anthony

PRODUCER

Gaby Aung

EDITOR

Ben Brown

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Morgan Matthews

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Brendan Easton

COMPOSER

Andrew Phillips

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Becky Barugh