Thursday, July 31, 2014

Howards End (1992)

dir. James Ivory

Margaret and Helen Schlegel’s (Emma Thompson and Helena Bonham Carter) home – 6 Victoria Square, London SW1. Though the film makes it appear like the Wilcox residence stands right next to it, it's not true and was achieved through trick photography.

Howards End – Peppard Cottage, Rotherfield Peppard, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.

The Hilton train station – Bewdley, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

Driving through Hilton – Upper Arley, Worcestershire, United Kingdom

Helen coming out of "Ethical Hall" after mistakenly having taken Leonard Bast’s (Samuel West) umbrella – Still searching for this location. The hall interior was filmed at Oxford Town Hall, St Aldate’s at Carfax, Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.

Charles Wilcox’s (James Wilby) rainswept wedding – St. Mary’s Church, Wyndham Place, London W1.

Bast’s apartment – 13 Park Street, London SE1

Ruth Wilcox (Vanessa Redgrave) and Margaret on the way to their Christmas shopping – Admiralty Arch, The Mall, London SW1

Henry Wilcox’s (Anthony Hopkins) home – 51 Buckingham Gate, London SW1. The courtyard can only be glimpsed through the building's gateway.

Ruth and Margaret buying train tickets to Howards End – St. Pancras Station, Euston Road, London N1

The hospital where Ruth dies – Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham Hill, Egham, Surrey, United Kingdom

Margaret and Helen coming out of a meeting with their discussion group – Strawberry House, Chiswick Mall, London W4

Margaret and Helen talking to Henry Wilcox – Chiswick Mall, London W4

Margaret having lunch with the Wilcoxes – Simpson's-in-the-Strand, 100 Strand, London WC2

Margaret’s holiday in Devon – Blackpool Sands, Dartmouth, Devon, United Kingdom.

Henry Wilcox’s country house where the wedding reception takes place – Brampton Bryan, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

Tibby Schlegel’s (Adrian Ross Magenty) college – Magdalen College, Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Margaret going to Henry’s office – Royal Exchange, 2 Royal Exchange Steps, London EC3

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A Room with a View

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