Game of Thrones production designer Riley, EP Caulfield explain delayed Season 8, claim “it will never get better than this”

“Can I have a picture?” A small crowd had formed around Game of Thrones’ Production Designer Deborah Riley and Executive Producer Bernie Caulfield this past Monday as they held court in the airy atrium of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. In a night of trivia, factoids, humor and heart, an auditorium crammed […]

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Join production designer Deborah Riley & producer Bernie Caulfield and learn how the world of Game of Thrones was created

If you have stared agape at the wondrous environments of Game of Thrones in the last few years, you have production designer Deborah Riley to thank for that. Riley replaced Gemma Jackson for season four and she has been bringing us some of the most impressive production design on TV ever since. For a behind-the-scenes […]

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Wins Two BAFTA Craft Awards & Series-wide Special Award!

Last week it was announced that Game of Thrones would receive a special award at the BAFTA Craft Awards for “the craft behind the making of the critically acclaimed series and their outstanding contribution to revolutionising and pushing the boundaries within the various crafts involved in making all the 67 episodes to date”. As we […]

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Lena Headey says ‘everybody cried’ during final read-through; art director teases March production schedule

We suspected as much, but according to Lena Headey, we’ll have to get the tissues ready for Season 8 of Game of Thrones. “We did a massive read-through in October, and I think pretty much everybody cried at one point,” Headey, who plays the smirking, wine-swilling, half-mad Cersei Lannister, said in a recent interview with Mashable. […]

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Witness the Creation of the Dragon Skull for “Stormborn” and the Evolution of Dragon VFX from Season 1 to 7

Who would have thought we’d ever see Balerion the Black Dread in Game of Thrones. Aegon the Conqueror’s mount has been dead for centuries, and a flashback seemed unlikely, so that appeared to be it. Until last week: in “Stormborn,” Cersei tested Qyburn’s new anti-dragon artillery against the skull of Balerion. Of course, it wasn’t […]

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Peter Dinklage discusses Tyrion’s new life & Inside the sets of Game of Thrones Season 7 with production designer Deborah Riley

In a new interview, Peter Dinklage goes deep into Tyrion’s journey, both geographically and in terms of his re-formed identity. Also, TIME published yet another interview, this time with production designer Deborah Riley, who touches on how it is to work with the showrunners, the challenges of production, and the greater scope of season seven.

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