Tom Hopper talks Dickon jokes, Jane Goldman says what she can about spin-offs, and cinematographer Robert McLachlan keeps Kit Harington’s feet on the ground

When Tom Hopper took a role on Game Of Thrones, he had a sneaking suspicion he wouldn’t be long for the world because, after all, “it was Game Of Thrones.” “It’s fine, because I think you go into a show like that, and as long as you have a good run, you get a few episodes out […]

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Cinematographer Robert McLachlan talks about the challenges and processes behind ‘The Spoils of War’

A cinematographer has a heavy responsibility. Without a steady hand (no pun intended, trust me) guiding the direction of photography and camerawork, a film or episode of television can be poorly imagined or shot, unraveling all the hard work of a production. The stakes were especially high for the cinematography of “The Spoils of War,” […]

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