Cinema Aesthetic :: Game of Thrones

March 28, 2012

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“Winter is coming y’all. Winter is coming.”

Wait, a minute! You’re probably thinking, “Hold up, wasn’t she just talking about spring in her previous post. Is this girl slowly losing it?”

No, I’m simply referring to the return of a tv show that I am HIGHLY anticipating: Game of Thrones. If you know me in my real life, you might have heard me mention once or twice about my love for this little gem on HBO.

The thing is that I never expected to love this show as much as I do. While I do like the fantasy genre in literature and movies, I also tend to be rather picky about what holds my interest. So, I began watching Game of Thrones with some trepidation until I was completely hooked and caught up in the land of Westeros and the politics surrounding the power of the that damned throne.

While, I do find myself lost in this crazy world I also spend a lot of time fawning over the sets and the costumes! Costume designer Michele Clapton has done an amazing job and below there is a short video on the process of the design inspiration.

Here is a short film about the first season and what to expect from the new one.  {Spoiler Alert} Be warned, they fully discuss the first season and if you haven’t seen it yet you should watch at your caution.

What do you think of Game of Thrones?

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