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  • ( music playing )

  • Duncan Muggoch: Although this is TV,

  • it's TV in a scale that is beyond anything else.

  • Peter Welter Soler: It's the most successful TV show in the world right now.

  • It is special. Very, very special.

  • Chris Newman: Today we're shooting in Croatia,

  • they're shooting in Belfast,

  • and they're preparing for shooting in Seville down in Spain.

  • Whatever hand you're dealt, you have to go with it

  • because the show can't stop.

  • Bernie Caulfield: I think we're the only ones in the world

  • that shoot with two units

  • at the same time all season long.

  • If one of those spokes in the wheel are missing,

  • it's gonna collapse.

  • Director: And, action!

  • ( crowd cheering )

  • Morning.

  • How are you all?

  • My name is Duncan Muggoch and I'm the UK line producer

  • for Croatia and Spain, or what we also call

  • the southern locations for "Game of Thrones" season five.

  • This is my second season. I did Croatia last year.

  • And this year

  • we've obviously got Spain thrown into it as well.

  • So I'm line producing

  • both of them this year.

  • And even though last year was big, this one's even bigger.

  • My name is Chris Newman. I'm one of the producers on "Game of Thrones."

  • I fulfill a function

  • here of planning how the two units work

  • and drift in between the sets, the locations, and the different countries.

  • So how was yesterday? All right?

  • - Yes. Yeah, it was good. It was really good, yeah. - Yes? Good.

  • Newman: We start shooting at the end of July.

  • 99% of the crew have been here before.

  • So when you start day one,

  • it feels like day 301

  • in a good way.

  • As this is going on here, over in Spain

  • we have Peter who runs Fresco Films.

  • He's new to this year, so he doesn't know quite how manic it can get.

  • My name is

  • Peter Welter Soler.

  • I'm the Spanish line producer

  • on this show.

  • The production booklets, are we getting them tonight?

  • Welter Soler: We have two weeks left before everybody arrives.

  • And then two days later, we start shooting.

  • I'd be lying if I said the stress level is not increasing,

  • because obviously this is very important for all of us.

  • Doing it for the first time, we want to please everybody.

  • We want to do a great job.

  • This is actually maybe not the calm before the storm.

  • It is the rehearsal before the show. ( chuckles )

  • We're heading from our unit base into Dubrovnik, into the old town.

  • Filming here is quite different from filming in Belfast

  • 'cause the logistics over here are very different.

  • One of the logistical problems of Dubrovnik

  • is it's such a tight, small, old city

  • that we can't get our big vehicles actually into the town

  • just 'cause the streets are so narrow.

  • It's just one of the challenges that we face

  • filming in a city like this.

  • You can't take vehicles

  • within the old walls,

  • so everything has to get taken by Sherpas

  • up to a location today which is probably

  • one of the furthest and trickiest you could get to in the whole city.

  • A little rule that I have for myself on location,

  • and this is never go up empty-handed or come down empty-handed.

  • Now it's just a load of stairs all the way up to the top.

  • Hello, gorgeous.

  • Good. Good, good.

  • Muggoch:

  • The principal actors are just arriving on set

  • to rehearse.

  • They will do a rehearsal with the director first,

  • and then they'll do a full crew rehearsal,

  • which is when they'll place where the cameras are gonna go and everything like that.

  • Man: Okay, guys, give us the set, please.

  • Hey, Joseph. How are you? Nice to see you.

  • Newman: Episode one and two have been in Croatia.

  • They've done most of their filming and they're back here finishing up

  • now that Emilia has finished in Croatia.

  • ( growling )

  • - Do that. Just growl at one point. - ( growls )

  • So this morning, episode one and two with Mike Slovis directing

  • are setting up to do their first scene this season in Dany's penthouse.

  • Morning, everybody. Hello.

  • Newman: So it's right at the beginning of the-- season five

  • and it's the first time Dany gets an inkling

  • of what's going on in Meereen under her new rule.

  • And then do you want it to be a boom,

  • I've decided I will not have them?

  • Or do you want it to be kind of like--

  • - No, I think it's more gentle. - It's gentle?

  • It is gentle? Okay, lovely. Yeah.

  • I have shot mostly in Belfast.

  • I have shot several days

  • in Croatia

  • and I am going to shoot

  • in Seville.

  • Teach them a better way.

  • It sounds like something Jorah would have said.

  • Slovis: Moving to a foreign country on this show

  • is not as disruptive as you might think

  • because one of the two crews

  • that you've already worked with here goes there.

  • So the first thing that happens when you walk on the set

  • is that you see familiar faces.

  • Kay Bilk: My priority today is looking after Emilia

  • because she's come

  • from Croatia,

  • so we're matching continuity

  • to that country.

  • They send their photos to us

  • so that we can do the same as they've been doing.

  • Rosalia Culora: There's two departments filming at the same time,

  • so it's imperative

  • that things like wigs,

  • continuity photos

  • all travel together

  • and that every member of the team is aware of what the look is,

  • because if we do have to take over someone's artist,

  • we know exactly what we're doing and there's no mess-ups

  • when we're watching the show, hopefully.

  • Slovis: Let's do one for camera, please.

  • Okay.

  • Man: Let's have it quiet for rehearsal, please.

  • And that means everybody in here, thank you.

  • Action.

  • So the only thing that gave him pride

  • was knowing there was someone lower than he was.

  • - Morning. - Morning.

  • - How are you? - Good.

  • - Morning, Duncan. Morning, Mr. Muggoch. - Morning.

  • Oh, I want

  • to talk to Peter today or maybe you can.

  • Peter Welter?

  • Yeah, no, I'm talking with him.

  • Aboutrdoba bridge and the drone.

  • Muggoch: As far as I'm concerned, Bernie is "Game of Thrones."

  • I've never met a producer that cares for a crew as much as she does.

  • She's an incredible woman to work for, actually,

  • and everybody loves her.

  • And she keeps everything together.

  • And do they want to clear a place in that?

  • So the bridge has to be closed.

  • That's-- I'm checking on.

  • Along with David and Dan, she's the executive producer.

  • David and Dan are obviously-- you know, they're the creators of it.

  • It's their baby.

  • Bernie is the one that keeps this show running.

  • Sometimes David and Dan will be with us.

  • Sometimes they are separate so that they can both be on the set,

  • depending what the scene might be,

  • will watch rehearsal, give their notes on the scene,

  • and then a lot

  • of times we're discussing what is in advance.

  • As you can imagine,

  • with 10 episodes,

  • that we're

  • constantly prepping.

  • Much like our

  • characters, we will go from the amazing Daznak

  • right into the amazing Hardhome.

  • Caulfield: I usually have a nice list for them every day.

  • They almost cringe when they see me starting to come towards them

  • and open my book to start asking my questions.

  • But they're fantastically collaborative with all of us.

  • Today, they're having a big Hardhome meeting up in Belfast.

  • - They got the notes? - Yes. Yeah.

  • Caulfield: When we're shooting in different countries,

  • it's about a constant communication

  • between the producers in each country.

  • I'm gonna follow Nutter over to Spain early.

  • You're staying here through Illyrio's, right?

  • Are we doing a charter to Sevilla?

  • We are, yes, but I'm going to leave ahead of time.

  • Yeah, which goes on the 8th.

  • I'll go on the charter this time.

  • - Hope there's a seat for me. - There'll be a seat for you.

  • You can have Bernie's seat. ( laughs )

  • In a week, we will all take off in a charter

  • to go to Spain and that is now starting to come very close.

  • After they have their big scout today,

  • then we'll have more information to go off of for that.

  • ( birds chirping )

  • Welter Soler:

  • We're in the royal palaces of Seville

  • called the Real Alcázar, which are palaces built

  • by Peter the Horrible in the 13th century.

  • It's one of the most visited monuments in Spain.

  • The Alcázar will be, like, the water gardens of Dorne.

  • Since Dorne is a new world that's just come into the show--

  • it was introduced in the fourth season,

  • but we didn't really see it--

  • now in the fifth season, they will finally get to see

  • the Kingdom of Dorne.

  • - ( speaking Spanish )

  • - Good morning once again.

  • Welter Soler:

  • It is difficult to shoot in a place like that

  • because it was obviously not built as a set,

  • but built for a purpose, a different purpose than ours.

  • ( speaking Spanish )

  • Some of the places, as you see in the balcony, for instance,

  • I mean, you can't possibly get some of the gear up there

  • because the staircase is too narrow.

  • So we have to get a crane in--

  • Genie Booms, cranes, platforms--

  • in order to haul that material up there.

  • ( speaking Spanish )

  • - It's tricky, you know? - Okay.

  • It's not like a back lot studio shoot.

  • First and second shooting day is up here.

  • And then we move down to the garden.

  • We'll get control of the garden, I'm assuming?

  • As far as you told me, we have the entire garden area for us, correct?

  • - Yes, I have this note here. - It's pretty amazing.

  • Welter Soler: They have, like, an average of 8,000 tourists in here every day.

  • To see it, like, empty and have it just for us is just a privilege.

  • Wherever you go, there's always

  • gonna be a challenge

  • because you're in

  • a new place both culturally and logistically.

  • We'll have to find a compromise

  • where we can work together with the palace.

  • We're the foreigners coming into their country,

  • trying to put this project together.

  • I have to say they're being extremely nice,

  • which is-- so we need to make sure that our--

  • which they always are-- but our crew are very careful

  • in this delicate location.

  • Welter Soler; And what they're doing for us is unique as well.

  • It's never been locked off like this for anybody.

  • All right, so will you go and check the others?

  • - Sure. - Because I think we're running a bit late now.

  • We're now driving up to a little village called Magheramorne

  • in which there is a quarry that's been there for a number of years now.

  • And in season one

  • we built the set of Castle Black there.

  • Because there's a lake in the quarry,

  • in season two we built the battlements of King's Landing

  • for the Battle of Blackwater

  • with Stannis's boats attacking.

  • It's still standing, although it's looking a bit worn these days.

  • Now we're driving up to have a look at a set mid-construction

  • of a fishing village set north of the Wall.

  • We'll begin to see how that's taking shape this morning.

  • The set that we see

  • down here,

  • it's a fishing village

  • that is a protected fishing village.

  • It's not a military establishment.

  • It was designed to be somewhere where people

  • had a living off the sea.

  • So we needed the water, which is why we put it