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'The World's Strongest Brothers'
18 November 2020 8 mins 08s
Breakfast of champions.
by Andrew MacGregor

According to Invergordon resident Luke Stoltman, he and his brother Tom are "just a couple of dafties from the Highlands". They are also two of the world’s strongest men, so the pair can afford a little self-deprecation.

Such affable moments are peppered throughout this documentary from director Pete Banks, who joins the bodybuilders as they eat, train, and recover in their hometown. Amid concrete Atlas Stones and meals that put Little Chef's Olympic breakfast to shame, there's more to the Stoltmans than meets the eye.

Younger sibling Tom, for example, is autistic, and his insights into both physical and mental strength offer a refreshing take on this misunderstood sport. Complemented by Banks's grainy visuals, the film easily justifies its eleven-minute runtime.

Shot in: Invergordon, Easter Ross, Scotland

Product Category: Short Films

Territory: UK



Kode
Director: Pete Banks
Producer: Hannah Wainwright
EP: Matt Fleming
DOP: Jaime Ackroyd (WPA)
Editor: Akhil Kanukuntla

Cheat
Colourist: Tim Smith (No.8)
Sound: James O'Connell

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Short Films
'The World's Strongest Brothers'
18 November 2020 8 mins 08s

Breakfast of champions.

According to Invergordon resident Luke Stoltman, he and his brother Tom are "just a couple of dafties from the Highlands". They are also two of the world’s strongest men, so the pair can afford a little self-deprecation.

Such affable moments are peppered throughout this documentary from director Pete Banks, who joins the bodybuilders as they eat, train, and recover in their hometown. Amid concrete Atlas Stones and meals that put Little Chef's Olympic breakfast to shame, there's more to the Stoltmans than meets the eye.

Younger sibling Tom, for example, is autistic, and his insights into both physical and mental strength offer a refreshing take on this misunderstood sport. Complemented by Banks's grainy visuals, the film easily justifies its eleven-minute runtime.

Shot in: Invergordon, Easter Ross, Scotland

Product Category: Short Films

Territory: UK



Kode
Director: Pete Banks
Producer: Hannah Wainwright
EP: Matt Fleming
DOP: Jaime Ackroyd (WPA)
Editor: Akhil Kanukuntla

Cheat
Colourist: Tim Smith (No.8)
Sound: James O'Connell

Short Films 18 November 2020
'The World's Strongest Brothers' 8 mins 08s

Breakfast of champions.

by Andrew MacGregor

According to Invergordon resident Luke Stoltman, he and his brother Tom are "just a couple of dafties from the Highlands". They are also two of the world’s strongest men, so the pair can afford a little self-deprecation.

Such affable moments are peppered throughout this documentary from director Pete Banks, who joins the bodybuilders as they eat, train, and recover in their hometown. Amid concrete Atlas Stones and meals that put Little Chef's Olympic breakfast to shame, there's more to the Stoltmans than meets the eye.

Younger sibling Tom, for example, is autistic, and his insights into both physical and mental strength offer a refreshing take on this misunderstood sport. Complemented by Banks's grainy visuals, the film easily justifies its eleven-minute runtime.

Shot in: Invergordon, Easter Ross, Scotland

Product Category: Short Films

Territory: UK



Kode
Director: Pete Banks
Producer: Hannah Wainwright
EP: Matt Fleming
DOP: Jaime Ackroyd (WPA)
Editor: Akhil Kanukuntla

Cheat
Colourist: Tim Smith (No.8)
Sound: James O'Connell