Swimming with Men eyes late spring shoot
A new feature film starring Rob Brydon about the world of synchronised swimming is set to shoot in late spring next year.
As reported on Screen International, Swimming with Men is inspired by the documentary Men Who Swim, and will be directed by Oliver Parker from a screenplay by Aschlin Ditta.
Stewart Le Marechal and Anna Mohr-Pietsch of Met Film are producing alongside Maggie Monteith. There is a sizeable team of executive producers including Paul Webster and Guy Heeley of Shoebox Films.
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Brydon was in Spain in early September filming The Trip to Spain, the third in the ‘Trip’ series from Revolution Films and Baby Cow Productions in which he and Steve Coogan play exaggerated versions of themselves on a culinary tour of the country.
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