The dust in King's Landing has not yet settled, and HBO has already confirmed the names of four directors who will be employed as directors in the seventh season of "Game of Thrones". As reported by Entertainment Weekly, these are Alan Taylor, Jeremy Podeswa and Mark Mylod, who have already worked on the series, and joined them "newcomer" Matt Sheckman, who directed 39 episodes of the comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Spoilers are possible in this post.
Taylor worked on "Game of Thrones" in the first and second seasons and, among others, directed the episodes with the execution of Eddard Stark and the birth of the dragons Daenerys Targaryen. He is the director of Thor 2: The Kingdom of Darkness and Terminator 5: Genisys.
Podeswa and Milod both worked in the fifth and sixth seasons of the fantasy show. Podeswa was in charge of Melisandre's transformation in the season six premiere episode and the resurrection of Jon Snow. Mylod directed episodes with the return of the Dog and Arya Stark's "dismissal at will" from the Black and White House.
The list of directors lacks the name of Miguel Sapochnik, who shot the famous series "Severe House", "Battle of the Bastards" and " The winds of winter. " In recent media interviews, Sapochnik spoke about the difficulties of working on big shows like Game of Thrones. “It might sound silly, but as a director of Game of Thrones, I’ll say that the worst thing is to get sick, because you don’t have time and you cannot stop and take a day off. You can die, but you have to continue working. And usually it is means that you put on a raincoat, rubber boots and walk in the rain,
The Topic of Article: Game of Thrones Season 7 Directors Announced.