Lights, camera, action: 7 ways to go behind the scenes


Visual effects in film may have advanced dramatically, but most directors still choose to shoot in real locations, taking advantage of some of the world’s most dramatic landscapes or filming in period settings that add authenticity to a scene. There’s something quite special about seeing these pseudo-fantasy locations in real life, adding an extra dimension to a well-known site or leading you to little-visited regions you’d never have originally considered.

Here we’ve picked experiences which lead you behind the scenes, from sleeping overnight on the set of 1994’s Interview with the Vampire to horseback riding through Middle-earth.

Stay overnight on the set of 1994’s Interview with the…

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