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‘Game of Thrones’ To Film in Spain?

by Elena on May 29, 2014 · 1 comment

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Only a few more episodes are left for season four of Game of Thrones, and already producers are working hard on finding additional filming locations for season five. The show is now scouting locations in Spain, specifically in the Andalusia region located in the south of the Iberian peninsula.

Major filming locations for the show through the first four seasons include – Northern Ireland, where it does most of its studio filming at Titanic Studios in Belfast, plus Iceland and Croatia, in addition to some special effects work in Hollywood. Dubrovnik, Croatia serves as the setting for King’s Landing, and multiple new locations were added in that country for season four.

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Season 4 of the immensely popular series Game of Thrones has just officially started production in Northern Ireland. Units will also be filming in Iceland and Croatia later this month.

Filming in Croatia will take place in Dubrovnik, a location that the show has used since season 2 for the city of King’s Landing. They are slated to film from August 20th to September 20th, and then move to Split, a new location, on September 21st to October 10th. It is believed that the Diocletian Palace’s basement in the city centre will be used for a few days, then move to the village of Kils where a mountain fortress is located, as well as a nearby island.

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Just days after HBO confirmed it has renewed Game of Thrones for a fourth season, officials are reporting it will once again be shot in Northern Ireland.

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On Nov. 24 the cast and crew of Game of Thrones wrapped principal photography on the show’s third season in Iceland.

The news was confirmed via Twitter by assistant Cat Taylor who wrote, “That’s a wrap on series 3!!” Saturday evening.

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Next month HBO’s Games of Thrones will begin filming its third season and they are adding a new location to the roster.

The hit TV series will continue to be based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and will return to Croatia and Iceland for additional shooting.  But, this year they adding Morocco to the mix too.

There’s no word yet when the Morocco filming will take place, it will mostly be later in the year.

Don’t forget, they’re still looking for extras in Belfast too!


In July HBO’s Game of Thrones will return to Paint Hall Studios in Belfast in Northern Ireland, where seasons one and two were filmed, to begin shooting their third season.

In addition to the studio, the show plans to utilize two new purpose-built 44,000 square-feet sound stages in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, as well as the Linen Mill Film Studios in Banbridge, for additional filming.

As they continue prepping sets, they are also looking for thousands of extras to appear in the show.

Extras NI has issued a casting call looking for all types of men and women. You can check out the complete casting call below:

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The HBO series Game of Thrones recently began filming scenes for season 2 in Iceland, after wrapping up in Northern Ireland where they had been filming since June.

The series is primarily filming on the Vatnajökull glacier which stands in for the north side of the Wall in the story, home to the Others. In the first season Jon Snow (Kit Harrington), the illegitimate son of Lord Eddard,was killed after traveling there with the Night’s Watch.

“The scenes that we film the three weeks we’re here cover his fate once he progresses to the north of the Wall,” Producer Chris Newman revealed.

The series is expected to continue filming in Iceland through next week. So far the shoot is going well, despite difficult conditions. “We decided to come in the winter which is good given the look we were after but bad in terms of daylight. It is a challenge to finish shooting before nightfall. We have to make everything ready in the dark and illuminate the area so that we can work,” Newman explained.

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