Director Steven Spielberg.

Set building begins on Govan Docks for Steven Spielberg’s new movie 1917

A new movie from Steven Spielberg and Skyfall director Sam Mendes set to be filmed in Scotland has begun building sets at the Govan Docks, the Scotsman can exclusively reveal.

It seems the film crews and set designers are already on site ahead of the main shoot. Main Picture: Steven Spielberg (PA)

Set designers have arrived on the set before filming is due to start later this year.

1. The 1917 film crews arrive

Set designers have arrived on the set before filming is due to start later this year.
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Set crews begin work to transform parts of the Govan Graving Docks.

2. Work begins at the Govan Graving Docks

Set crews begin work to transform parts of the Govan Graving Docks.
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Workers are already clearing bushes to create space for the set, which lies near the Clydside Distillery.

3. The set will be erected east of the 'Pump House'

Workers are already clearing bushes to create space for the set, which lies near the Clydside Distillery.
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Though there are reported to be only four days of shooting for the new film there.

4. The production will have the site for 10 weeks

Though there are reported to be only four days of shooting for the new film there.
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