The Assam Garden
|The Assam Garden|
|Directed by||Mary McMurray|
|Produced by||Nigel Stafford-Clark|
|Written by||Elisabeth Bond|
|Music by||Richard Harvey|
|Distributed by||Contemporary Films Ltd.|
|Release date(s)||UK June 1985
United States 30 July 1986
|Running time||92 min.|
The Assam Garden is a 1985 British drama film made by Moving Picture Company and distributed by Contemporary Films Ltd. The film was directed by Mary McMurray and produced by Nigel Stafford-Clark with Peter Jaques as associate producer. It was written by Elisabeth Bond. The music score was by Richard Harvey and the cinematography by Bryan Loftus.
The film was shot at Priors Mesne in Aylburton, Gloucestershire, England. At certain times of the year the garden is opened as part of the NGS (Gardens open for Charity) Scheme. In addition part of the land owned by Priors Mesne and run by the owners is now a Deer Park.
- Goodman, Walter. "The Assam Garden (1985)". The New York Times. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
- The Assam Garden at the Internet Movie Database
- Gardens of Film Location open under NGS (national gardens Scheme)
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