字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント ( 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. About Córdoba 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.