Zulu is one of the most iconic war films ever made. Indeed, the British Army recenty voted it their favourite war film of all time (to read why Zulu is so unique, read our article here)

Zulu Film Exhibition

The exhibition about the making of Zulu is just finishing a six-month run at the London Film Museum, and is about to open at the Cardiff Castle Museum of the Welsh Soldier – making the next four months a perfect time to visit.

The exhibition includes original uniforms, weapons, equipment, shooting schedules, photos, and posters. Of particular interest are the original storyboards, once thought lost but recently rediscovered in South Africa.
The exhibition will be at Firing Line, the Cardiff Castle Museum of the Welsh Soldier, from 26 February to 26 June (when it moves to South Africa). The Museum is open 9.00am-4.30pm every day of the week (10.00am opening on Sundays).
For more information, call 029 20229367 or visit www.cardiffcastlemuseum.org.uk

To read about the Anglo-Zulu War, see the latest issue of Military Times – out now

2 Comments

  1. Henry Coleman
    February 21, 2011 @ 2:35 pm

    There are lots of new items to be seen in Cardiff that were not on show in London, as well as a new filmed interview with the elusive actor Dickie Owen, who played Scheiss.

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  2. Gill
    October 7, 2013 @ 10:00 pm

    Hi just wondering if the exhibition is back in uk? Would be interested in seeing it.
    Thanks

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