Polish television services company ATM have uploaded some production photos from The Spies Of Warsaw onto their website. The company provided cameras, accessories and lenses for filming which took place in Warsaw and various other locations around Poland earlier this year.
View photos from the set here.
A translation of the article reads:
On April 11th 2012 filming began on the historical drama ‘The Spies Of Warsaw’. Broadcast of the four-part production is scheduled for autumn 2012, screening simultaneously on the British channel BBC Four and the Polish TVP1.
Filming of ‘The Spies Of Warsaw’ took place entirely in Poland – in Warsaw, Krakow and Nieborów.
The director of ‘Spies’ is Coky Giedroyc, a relative of Jerzy Giedroyc, the journalist, author and editor of the Parisian ‘Kultura’. Production design is by Eva Skoczkowska, the cinematographer is Wojciech Szepel and sound by Bartlomiej Wozniak. The Polish producer is Dariusz Jablonski (Apple Film Production).
ATM System participated in this production by providing Arri Alexa cameras , along with accessories, Master Prime lenses , and an overview of the set and technical services.
It is thought that the drama will be shown in two 90-minute parts in October by the BBC and TVP, and in four parts in November by BBC America. The DVD of the production is already available to pre-order ahead of its release on 29th October.