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Grisedale Sherry Productions prides itself on giving womxn space to grow within the film industry, and a supportive environment to work in.


If you have a project or would like to work with us, please get in touch. 

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Zoë Grisedale-Sherry
Writer / Director / Producer

Zoë founded Grisedale Sherry Productions in 2017. Bored, offended, oppressed and annoyed with the roles and attitudes towards women in a male dominated film industry. Through an unconventional route of stand up comedy, drumming in a punk band and feminist activism, Zoë found her way into filmmaking.  

With over 10 years of experience as an actor & model, she is working hard to redress the balance both in front of and behind the camera. Zoë has directed for theatre and film. Her first feature Nice Girls Don't... is currently in production. She has a BA Hons. in Politics with Drama from Kingston University.  

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Rachel Lucy Shnapp

Assistant Producer


Rachel joined Grisedale Sherry Productions in 2020 as assistant producer. After graduating with an MA Hons. in Literature and Philosophy from Glasgow University, Rachel began working in the factual entertainment industry, working for National Geographic and making short documentaries for BBC. She has since made the move to scripted and is working on Nice Girls Don't....

Rachel is passionate about changing the film industry. Frustrated with the nepotism, sexism and racism in the industry today, Rachel wants to champion less-heard voices and help make film a more inclusive industry. Rachel writes, directs and produces. 

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Rebecca Grisedale-Sherry 



Rebecca is an award-winning audio producer with 15+ years experience of delivering content for national and digital networks, the BBC and independent production houses.  She specialises in podcast development, taking an idea through the entire process to deliver a finished product.


Rebecca has lead creative audio and digital campaigns for the BBC, and winning pitches for indies like Somethin’ Else. Through her work with The Media Podcast, Rebecca follows closely how digital technologies are changing the industry and audience trends.  She is a member of the SheSaidSo network of women in music, and part of the AllBright Academy (a London / Los Angeles women’s club). 

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