where was 1917 filmed in scotland?

where was 1917 filmed in scotland?
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 movie was filmed in Scotland?
Other movies featuring Scotland's most famous glen include Mel Gibson's Braveheart (1995) and Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps (1935). Dec 5, 2018
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Where was Salisbury Plain 1917?
Salisbury Plain and 1917
1917 was shot in 12 key locations. They included Bovingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire, a quarry in Oxfordshire, The River Tees in County Durham, The Tees barrage (white-water rafting centre) in Stockton on Tees, a disused quarry in Glasgow and Shepperton Backlot and stages in Surrey. Feb 2, 2020
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