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  • Paul Sheehan
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    Continue the discussion here about the final season and that finale!

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    Emil Petrov
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    Here how I see the episode nominations:

    Winterfell
    – no nominations.

    A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
    – Coaster-Waldau submission.

    The Long Night
    – Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Picture Editing, Prosthetic Makeup, Maisie Willims Submission, Stunt Coordination

    The Last of the Starks
    – No nominations.

    The Bells
    – Directing, Visual Effects, Production Design, Picture Editing, Prosthetic Makeup, Cinematography.

    The Iron Throne
    – Writing (yes, I believe it will), Directing, Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling, Score, Emillia Clarke submission, Peter Dinklage submission, Cinematography.

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    Does anybody know which episodes are being submitted for Directing, Writing, Cinematography and Music?

    FYC: Drama Series: Game of Thrones, Succession, Bodyguard. Drama Lead Actress: Emilia Clarke, Drama Lead Actor: Richard Madden, Jeremy Strong. Limited Series: Chernobyl

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    Luca
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    Emilia Clarke should submit The Last of the Starks IMO. She doesn’t have that much range in the Iron Throne and she’s obviously not in the last 30 minutes.

    BTW, she watched Hitler speeches to prepare for Dany’s big speech in the finale. Wow! https://twitter.com/Variety/status/1130909342469726208

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    kellis
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    According to her Variety interview, Clarke had been practicing her final speech for two months, then when she came onto set (with nothing but a green screen to talk to), she went without rehearsal and did it all in one take. With stories and coverage like this about her performance, GoT better be focusing their campaign on her because lord knows Dinklage doesn’t need it.

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    Luca
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    According to her Variety interview, Clarke had been practicing her final speech for two months, then when she came onto set (with nothing but a green screen to talk to), she went without rehearsal and did it all in one take. With stories like this about her performance, GoT better be focusing their campaign on her because lord knows Dinklage doesn’t need it.

    We posted at the same time haha.

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    Does anybody know which episodes are being submitted for Directing, Writing, Cinematography and Music?

    My guess is that “The Long Night”, “The Last of the Starks” and “The Iron Throne” are the directing submissions. I think that “The Iron Throne” is their writing submission. I see “The Long Night” and “The Iron Throne” being on the cinematography ballot, but I have no clue about David Franco’s submission; he did the David Nutter episodes. Nominating Fabian Wagner for “The Long Night” after snubbing him for “Battle of the Bastards” seems like a very Emmy thing to do, but I should be looking for places that the show will under-perform and the show tends to under-perform in cinematography anyway. Ramin Djawadi has a few options, including “The Long Night” and “The Iron Throne”, but I feel like there was one between those two with some prominent pieces.

    Riley made reference to it in the thread for guest categories.

    All that I did was reveal that you had gotten her submitted.

    Congrats mafro&Riley on your effort, but how her managers were able to submit after the deadline?

    I actually had no part in this.

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    Mukund
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    but I have no clue about David Franco’s submission; he did the David Nutter episodes.

    He should/probably will submit A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms. There were reviews where his work was praised.

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    Emil Petrov
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    I believe that Miguel Sapochnik will submit The Bells for Directing. It was the better episode for directing compared to The Long Night.

    As for Cinematography: The Bells and The Iron Throne were superb.

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    Here how I see the episode nominations: Winterfell – no nominations. A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms – Coaster-Waldau submission. The Long Night – Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Picture Editing, Prosthetic Makeup, Maisie Willims Submission, Stunt Coordination The Last of the Starks – No nominations. The Bells – Directing, Visual Effects, Production Design, Picture Editing, Prosthetic Makeup, Cinematography. The Iron Throne – Writing (yes, I believe it will), Directing, Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling, Score, Emillia Clarke submission, Peter Dinklage submission, Cinematography.

    also Lena headey for ‘the bells’ and most likely carice van houten for ‘the long night’

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    Emil Petrov
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    also Lena headey for ‘the bells’ and most likely carice van houten for ‘the long night’

    Oh my! How could I forget Headey! Yes, her episode submission will be The Bells.

    As for Van Houten, I am sure she will not get nominated. Sad but true.

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    I believe that Miguel Sapochnik will submit The Bells for Directing. It was the better episode for directing compared to The Long Night. As for Cinematography: The Bells and The Iron Throne were superb.

    He should go with “The Long Night”. It’s the better story (55 nights shooting) and it’s the better episode (not rotten on RT like his other one) well received by fans and critics alike (at least compared to “The Bells”).

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    I love that the Stark actors are really giving dumb statements about the petition. Talk about giving the press exactly what they want!

    Is it really shocking for them that most fans smelled that contrived plot armor for each one of them miles away and we expected more than a Stark-based ending? At least Maisie was smart enough to just refer to the memes. Can you just imagine if the show had been just Sansa, Bran and Jon?

    Poor Bran, no one really has your back given the piece of shit you were (Hodor, Meera, King’s Landing, even Jon) and it’s very disrespectful he’s wearing Cersei’s gowns. Cannot pull it off.

    #justiceforDany

    #justiceforCersei

    #justiceforGendry

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    Emil Petrov
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    He should go with “The Long Night”. It’s the better story (55 nights shooting) and it’s the better episode (not rotten on RT like his other one) well received by fans and critics alike (at least compared to “The Bells”).

    For me, The Bells was the better episode and it was pure perfection in terms of directing.

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    I only now am realising and digesting after talking with more and more people that this season and that finale actually happened. I’d be embarrassed if I was one of the writers. You don’t have to wait for a response from people to see how atrocious these scripts have been. Every “shocked” cast member was most likely shocked because of how bad the show was gonna get wrapped up rather than the actual ending. Every episode is literally filled allover with errors. It’s unsatisfying af and no, not because my favorite character Daenerys died; I almost equally love Arya too but that doesn’t blind me from seeing how nonsense her deus ex machina jump in episode 3 was. I think the only people that liked this season were people who always maintained apathy towards this show and never really cared for it anyways. It’s not that the people behind the show disrespected the fandom, they don’t give a single shit deep down, all they want is the cash; they disrespected themselves and the work and piece of art they have spent so many years creating. It’s just sad. The show also dropped ratings-wise on imdb, which is only natural, I also changed my rating from 10 to 9. Anyway, thanks for attending my rant, it’s just a show, we move on, I just wanted to make a last post concerning the quality of this season.

    Emilia Clarke is the only one who has responded with class on the reactions coming in.

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