Game of Thrones season 4 breaks filming record

Crew managed to film four episodes at the same time in two different countries – Croatia and Iceland

[Spoiler alert] Game of Thrones season 4 has broken filming records. Two series directors recently filmed two different episodes each in two countries on the same day.


Filming has now finished, but recently took place in Iceland and Croatia, where cast and crew were for six weeks.

On set Cat Taylor from Making Game Of Thrones revealed that caffeine and sugar played a big part in the speedy production: “Caffeine, sugar … and every AD available in Northern Ireland,” said Taylor.

The crew split their time between Dubrovnik and Split – a Mediterranean Basin on the eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea. “We caught up with Daenerys’ story in Slaver’s Bay after her spectacular victory at Yunkai, along with the new armies she commands,” explained Taylor.

“Then it was across the sea to the red-stone walls of King’s Landing and all the drama that continues to play out on the great stage that is Joffrey’s court.”

It’s rumoured that Game of Thrones season 4 will air in Spring, 2014.

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