Game of Thrones – 7 episodes for Series 7
The Game of Thrones juggernaut is rolling along apace as the production team assembles to shoot the seven episodes that will comprise Series 7.
No start date has been confirmed yet for principal photography, but previous runs have seen cameras rolling by late July.
From 22 June, subscribers to Production Intelligence can find the names of key hires including the production co-ordinator, production designer, location manager and casting director; we will update with directors and filming schedule soon.
HBO’s award-winning fantasy drama has been credited with almost single-handedly reviving Northern Ireland’s production profile – it makes it base at Titanic Studios Belfast and famously takes in several other world locations each season as well as using local Northern Irish backdrops including Tollymore Forest Park, County Down and Pollnagollum Cave in County Fermanagh.
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