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NHNZ wraps up filming in Terracotta Warrior Museum

Dunedin-based production company NHNZ has announced that it has finished filming Secrets of the Ghost Army, which was filmed inside the Terracotta Warrior Museum Conservation lab in Xian, China. NHNZ was the first TV production company to gain access to the lab and one of only a few prodcos to be allowed inside the museum pits. Secrets of the Ghost Army aims to get the story and secrets behind the making of the 8,000 human figures made of clay. Secrets of the Ghost Army is a coproduction between NHNZ, National Geographic Channels International and Thirteen WNET.
July 29, 2010

Dunedin-production company NHNZ has announced that it has finished filming Secrets of the Ghost Army, which was filmed inside the Terracotta Warrior Museum Conservation lab in Xian, China. NHNZ was the first TV production company to gain access to the lab and one of only a few prodcos to be allowed inside the museum pits. Secrets of the Ghost Army aims to get the story and secrets behind the making of the 8,000 human-like figures made of clay buried by China’s first emperor over 2,000 years ago. Secrets of the Ghost Army is a coproduction between NHNZ, National Geographic Channels International and Thirteen WNET.

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