where was 1917 filmed in glasgow?

where was 1917 filmed in glasgow?
Scenes for 1917 were shot at the A-listed Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow. Wilson-Cairns, from Shawlands in Glasgow wrote the script with director Sam Mendes. She told BBC Scotland's The Edit it was incredible to film in a location where her grandfather worked 90 years ago.
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How did they film the river scene in 1917?
A 20-foot telescopic arm with a three-foot drop down to a remote head holding our camera allowed us to boom out over the water. We used an underwater housing to submerge the camera for a short section of the work.” Jan 11, 2020
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What film is being filmed in Glasgow?
Glasgow is doubling up as Soviet Russia as filming continues on Hollywood blockbuster Tetris starring Taron Egerton. The cameras have been rolling in the Tradeston area for the movie, which chronicles the Cold War legal skirmishes over the ownership of one of the world's most-played games. Jan 29, 2021
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Where was 1917 film locations?
According to thelocationguide.com, The 1917 film was filmed in 12 main locations, including Bovingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire, plus six major locations on Wiltshire's Salisbury plain, Oxfordshire's quarry, Durham County's River Tees, Stockton on Tees' Tees barrage (white-water rafting centre), Glasgow's abandoned ... Nov 21, 2020
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Which part of 1917 was filmed in Govan?
A dock that featured in the First World War film 1917 is to be restored so it can welcome ships again under plans announced by developers. Constructed between 1869 and 1875, Dock 1 at Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow hosted hundreds of ships from across the world until it closed in 1987. Sep 20, 2020
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