Join the filmmakers, including director, Nendie Pinto-Duschinsky, for a unique screening and conversation about 'On the Ground at Grenfell', which tells the stories of nine people: survivors, local residents and volunteers who have been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Unlike other reporting from the scene, it captures the complexity of being ‘on the ground’, the deep bonds within the community and the astonishing heroism of young people.

On the Ground at Grenfell has been rated PG.

This screening and talk is part of the Doc/Fest Exchange: Head Space programme of special talks, films and activity, with a focus on mental health, supported by Wellcome.