Stewart le Marechal
Stew is a BAFTA-winning producer and head of MetFilm Production. He is currently in post-production on MetFilm’s first documentary series directed by Jerry Rothwell and is in production on a fiction remake of MetFilm’s documentary, LAST BREATH, which stars Woody Harrelson and Simu Liu. Recent films include 23 WALKS directed by Paul Morrison, starring Dave Johns and Alison Steadman, THE REASON I JUMP directed by Jerry Rothwell and MISHA AND THE WOLVES directed by Sam Hobkinson, both of which premiered at Sundance.
Previous producing credits include Alex Parkinson & Richard da Costa’s LAST BREATH; SWIMMING WITH MEN, directed by Oliver Parker and starring Rob Brydon; Jerry Rothwell’s HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD and SOUR GRAPES; THE INFIDEL starring Omid Djalili; FRENCH FILM starring Hugh Bonneville; and LITTLE ASHES starring Robert Pattinson.
Stew is a member of BAFTA and an alumnus of the Inside Pictures programme.