Last week filming has commenced for Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3 with Henry Cavill and Freya Allan present. The filming crew was based in Kranjska Gora and filmed over a few days at Laghi di Fusine just over the Italian border. Now we can confirm that filming has moved south and today, on Monday April 4th, The Witcher is filming at the St. Jerome’s church on the top of the Nanos plateau. What’s more, we have pictures!
As you can see below, lots of smoke near the church. One can’t say much more about what’s happening because the roads leading to the location are closed. We can only guess that maybe Henry Cavill and Freya Allan are there, since they were present last week as well, but no one can say for sure at this point.
UPDATE: We have even more photos with a clear view of the church!
Also, we heard that filming there may continue until Thursday, April 7th. Perhaps another unit, or a break on Tuesday for Predjama Castle and continuing on Wednesday.
UPDATE 2: We have even more photos thanks to our reader Amonstercalls. This time we can see and deduce by the very blurry images that the three people on horseback are arriving to the structure from the side. The three people logically being Geralt, Ciri and Yennefer.
Nevertheless, this is the very first actual set picture of The Witcher Season 3!
We have a few more variations of the same picture in HI-Res. Feel free to zoom in and maybe you can see what we couldn’t.
As the cast and crew are at St. Jerome’s, the prepping crew are busy at the Predjama Castle for tomorrow’s filming. Things are getting excited and we can’t wait to see and share more!