Life of a Mountain - Blencathra DVD
A film by Terry Abraham
The highly anticipated sequel to the BBC hit "Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike" sees award winning film maker Terry Abraham return to the Lake District to showcase "the people's mountain", Blencathra.
This spectacular documentary looks at the lives of local residents, school children and visitors to the mountain with contributions from comedian Ed Byrne, broadcaster Stuart Maconie, mountaineer Alan Hinkes OBE and record breaking fell runner Steve Birkinshaw.
Terry Abraham's breath-taking photography and stunning time lapse sequences of this unique landscape make "Life of a Mountain: Blencathra" a film which will inspire newcomers and regular visitors and will bring a piece of the Lake District to your home.
Author: Terry Abraham
Publisher: Striding Edge Productions
Edition: 1st edition, May 2016
This superb film captures not just the landscape of Blencathra but the mountains heart and spirit. It has been lovingly put together after untold hours filming in all seasons and weather conditions, and the dedication pays off a hundredfold. This is a film to be treasured and enjoyed time and again, and Terry Abraham deserves our thanks and congratulations for a true labour of love. Roger Smith, The Great Outdoors Magazine
Terry Abrahams cinematic love affair with Lakelands mountain landscape is painted in a rich palette of russet tones and moody lighting. Romantic without being sentimental, by turns sweeping and dramatic and intricate and personal, this understated yet heartfelt film is his most accomplished to date. Superb! Dan Bailey, UK Hillwalking
Terry Abrahams affection for Blencathra and the Lake Districts landscape and people shines through in this beautifully shot film. The months that Terry dedicates to filming on the mountain give him a unique insight into its hidden life. Anyone who enjoyed Terrys Scafell film will love his fan letter to Blencathra. Michaela Robinson-Tate, Cumbria Life
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