More News on European Filming
An anonymous source has sent us these pictures from Slovenia’s Delo newspaper. The following report comes from the Slovenia News newsletter from the Slovenian Government Communication Office:
Parts of Disney’s Chronicles of Narnia to Be Shot in Slovenia
According to the report, director Andrew Adamson chose the confluence of the river Soca and its tributary Gljun in northeastern Slovenia for the setting of the final scenes of the film.
The parts filmed in the Bovec region will feature scenes of 300 soldiers running over a bridge and its spectacular destruction.
According to the daily, the shooting on the emerald river is to take place in the first part June. The crew that is to prepare the setting is to arrive in Slovenia already in April.
Its members will build a wooden beam bridge, resembling the bridges built by Julius Caesar and his legionaries during the Gallic War.
Is the centre picture concept art of the bridge, we wonder?