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Game of Thrones films in Ireland, which lends authenticity to many of the sets used in the show. But how do they film scenes involving the giant frozen Wall? And do they film at actual castles?
The visual effects team of Adam McInnes, Angela Barson, Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor, Raf Morant, Henry Badgett, Damien Mace, Stuart Brisdon, and Graham Hills have already been nominated for an Emmy for their effects in the season 1 finale "Fire and Blood" - you know, the one with the dragons.
Set to one of my favorite opening themes in recent memory (the Game of Thrones theme itself), the video below is a cool visual treat.
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As Dread Central's resident awards show junkie, I'm happy to report that while horror didn't make a super strong showing in this year's Emmy Awards nominations, it did make a respectable one. Read on for the full list of genre nominees, including a few that, while not pure horror, are definitely DC fan favorites.
For the full rundown of all the talented nominees, visit the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and be sure to watch the live broadcast of the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards on Fox on Sunday, September 18th at 8:00 Pm Et/5:00 Pm Pt.
Outstanding Art Direction For A Single-Camera Series
Suzuki Ingerslev, Production Designer
Cat Smith, Art Director
Laura Richarz, S.D.S.A., Set Decorator
Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series
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- The Woman In Black
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