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GAME OF THRONES: Behind the Scenes Video from Sevilla

Alexander Siddig as Doran Martell in Game of Thrones

CANAL+ aired a short segment taking viewers behind the scenes of the location in Sevilla, Spain, that is serving as Prince Doran Martell’s castle in Game of Thrones season 5. The video shows several exteriors as well as a few shots of the cast, including Alexander Siddig, from last week’s set visit. Game of Thrones season 5 is expected to ... Read More »

GAME OF THRONES: Short Behind the Scenes Video from Spain

Alexander Siddig as Doran Martell in Game of Thrones

The photos we saw yesterday, giving us our first look at Siddig as Doran Martell in Game of Thrones season 5, were part of an official visit by dignitaries from Seville and Andalucia, and Canal+ was there to film a short behind-the-scenes video. We don’t get to see a lot in the video, and none of the cast speak, although ... Read More »

MSN Chats with Alexander Siddig About INESCAPABLE


Here’s an interview from TIFF that got lost in my inbox. Matt Schichter from MSN sat down with Alexander Siddig to talk about Inescapable, working with Ruba Nadda, and reveals a little something about his character that we haven’t heard before. The video is not embeddable, so head over to MSN and spend a few minutes with Sid. Read More »

Alexander Siddig On Being British, Arab, and Malcolm McDowell’s Nephew {VIDEO}


While in Toronto to premiere Inescapable, Alexander Siddig sat down for a nice, long interview on¬†George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight. It’s an in-depth chat about a variety of topics from being raised British and “becoming” Arab after 9/11, various roles, family, and so much more. In addition to the excellent interview linked above, they also filmed a little vignette poking fun at ... Read More »

VIDEO: Toronto Film Scene Interviews Alexander Siddig

TIFF 2012 - Tuesday 11 - Inescapable - Alexander Siddig-

Trista DeVries of Toronto Film Scene has a lovely, long video interview with Alexander Siddig in which they discuss Inescapable, working with Ruba Nadda and what she brought to the filmmaking process both as a woman and as a Canadian, and much more. (Warning: salty language ahead!) Read More »