For those unfamiliar with our new behind-the-scenes series, Redanian Archives will be covering the entire duration of The Witcher‘s filming for its first season, week by week. In part one of the series, director Alik Sakharov began filming the show’s pilot episode, with lead Henry Cavill (Geralt) finally on set. In the second part of
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In this new series of posts, Redanian Intelligence will be setting out all we know about the filming of season one, breaking down the entire process week-by-week and adding some entirely new information and photographs along the way that we hadn’t had the chance to share before. In fact, this is how this website came
March saw the production team of The Witcher visit Hungary’s Vajdahunyad Castle. During this three-day shoot on 27, 28 and 29 of March, Redanian Intelligence was able to piece together some clues on what was being filmed, including who was on set. Read on below!
The last time @GoTlikeLocations was able to visit the set in Hungary, he brought us an inside look at the show’s filming of a Nilfgaardian siege. His next report gives a closer (and bloodier) look at The Witcher’s sets than we’ve ever seen before. Those concerned about the show’s production values following the Nilfgaardian armor
Back in April, when filming was in full swing at the Polish Ogrodzieniec castle, another unit was busy at home in Hungary. The filming units, by the way, are called Monster Unit and Mutant Unit. For several days, one of these units filmed scenes at Tata Castle. It is currently unknown what was filmed, but
The Witcher’s first season will mostly the cover the events described in the first two books of the series, Geralt’s short story collections. Though much information is already known about the season, there is one short story in particular whose adaption we know next to nothing about, a story named “The Sword of Destiny“. Set
Our last filming report covered the shooting nearby Gyarmatpuszta Hunting Lodge, which occurred during May’s third week. A week later, we are able to place the crew once again at this location, filming both day and night shoots. We’ve already gotten a first look at Nilfgaardian armor, but now we have some new information (and
It has been a week since we shared our exclusive photos of the night shoots involving Nilfgaardian troops. We saw some extras with armour and weapons, but it was impossible to make anything out as they were from afar. Now we have a much closer look!
Though our past few articles focused on the Nilfgaardian siege camp, it wasn’t the only location used for May’s third week of filming. The week’s second location was a lakeside forest by Gyarmatpuszta Hunting Lodge at Kumarom-Esztergom, Hungary. While a siege was waged at Paty, Pest, the filming at Gyarmatpuszta involved a more intimate shoot
Yesterday, we shared some very exciting photos from the preparation and filming of what appears to be part of the Cintra siege, thanks to GotLike Locations. Now it’s time for videos!