Clouds Of Glory
Cert: 15 Year: 1978 Length: 105 mins
Inspired by David Banning's talk on Cumbrian film locations we wanted to screen a companion piece to showcase our fantastic landscape. Ken Russell was the obvious choice of Director and after much searching we are thrilled to be able to screen Clouds of Glory, thought for many years to have been lost.
Commissioned by Melvyn Bragg for Granada TV, Clouds of Glory is Ken Russell's interpretation of the lives and loves of Coleridge and Wordsworth. David Warner, David Hemmings, Felicity Kendal and Kika Markham vie for the lead against the landscape of Borrowdale.
Thanks to Lisi Tribble
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