Stewart is a BAFTA-winning producer and head of MetFilm Production. His latest fiction film is 23 WALKS directed by Paul Morrison, starring Dave Johns and Alison Steadman, and his latest feature documentaries are THE REASON I JUMP directed by Jerry Rothwell, which premiered at Sundance 2020 and the Sundance 2021 Competition entry MISHA AND THE WOLVES.
Previous fiction producing credits include SWIMMING WITH MEN, directed by Oliver Parker and starring Rob Brydon; THE INFIDEL starring Omid Djalili; FRENCH FILM starring Hugh Bonneville; and LITTLE ASHES starring Robert Pattinson. Feature documentary credits as executive producer include Alex Parkinson & Richard da Costa’s LAST BREATH; Jerry Rothwell’s HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD and SOUR GRAPES; Sarah Gavron’s THE VILLAGE AT THE END OF THE WORLD; and Jeanie Finlay’s THE GREAT HIP HOP HOAX. He produced Esther May Campbell’s short film, SEPTEMBER, which won BAFTA Best Short Film.
Stew is a member of BAFTA, the ACE producers network, and an alumnus of the Inside Pictures programme.