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In A House That Ceased To Be

In A House That Ceased To Be

The most honest and unflinching documentary of its kind I have ever seen. It is funny, infuriating, sad and inspiring.... a meditation on how love and humanity can flourish in the face of the unspeakable
— RTÉ
It’s an absolutely magnificent film.... Powerful and compelling. Deeply insightful, at turns harrowing and hilarious.”

“There are no words. Except that you must see this film. Go.
— Sunday Independent
An absolutely essential and very important piece of work.”

”This powerful piece of film-making is a mesmerising meditation on the nature of good and evil, and celebrates the triumph of the human spirit.”

”This is an important and quite brilliant film. You must see it.
— Scannáin
It’s hard to imagine that we will see a more moving film this year than this documentary... Director Ciarín Scott makes the very best of the fecund material. Shooting on widescreen in such disparate locales as Mongolia, Vietnam, Texas and Brighton, she breaks up the interchanges with vistas of great beauty. The final graceful tracking shot honours a painfully tender relationship. Not to be missed.
— The Irish Times
Director Ciarín Scott presents a raw Christina Noble, who conveys the story of her life with deeply affecting power
— The Sunday Times
A documentary that should be seen by everyone. Well made & totally honest... ‘In A House That Ceased To Be’ is something that should be burned into the memory of every Irish person out there
— ComicBuzz
Deeply emotional ride…every person should see it
— Irish Daily Star
Ciarín Scott’s documentary hits hard.... A thoroughly absorbing documentary.
— Entertainment.ie

Waiting For The Light

Waiting For The Light

Scott’s portrait of Morrison is refreshingly frank and intimate… A challenging account of his extraordinary life
— Sunday Tribune
Ciarín Scott’s absorbing Waiting for the Light pays welcome, long overdue tribute to George Morrison, the pioneering director of the remarkable historical documentaries, Mise Éire and Saoirse?
— Irish Times