Element Pictures Distribution are delighted to announce the Irish DVD and On Demand release of Christina Noble: In A House That Ceased To Be on November 6th.
Hailed by RTÉ as “a meditation on how love and humanity can flourish in the face of the unspeakable”, this critically acclaimed, IFTA award winning feature documentary follows the Irish humanitarian and children’s rights activist, Christina Noble, whose unwavering commitment and selfless efforts have seen her better the lives of countless children since 1989.
One of Time Magazine’s 50 most inspirational figures of all time, despite achieving so much, Christina remains scarred by the children she was unable to save, her own brother and two sisters, from whom she was separated at a very young age. In this powerful film, she undertakes to bring her own family back together after fifty-three years.
The DVD will be available from Irish retailers nationwide.
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The film is also available to stream or download in Ireland from Volta.ie
Every DVD purchase helps support the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation.
Christina Noble: In a House That Ceased To Be, follows the Irish humanitarian and children's rights activist, whose unwavering commitment and selfless efforts have seen her better the lives of countless children since 1989. Her drive stems from a childhood in Ireland fraught with poverty, loss and institutional abuse. Despite achieving so much in the face of adversity, Christina remains scarred by the memory of the children she was unable to save, her own brother and two sisters, who she was separated from at a very young age.
This powerful piece of film-making gives an unflinching portrayal of pain and betrayal, demonstrating Christina's struggle to forgive the country in which she and her siblings were born, raised and ultimately torn apart. A mesmerising meditation on the nature of good and evil, it celebrates the triumph of the human spirit but also depicts the tragedy and sacrifice that are too often ignored.
Hundreds of thousands have benefited from her daring and dedication but is it possible for Christina to put her own family back together after fifty-three years?
'In A House That Ceased To Be' is an independent documentary from Ciarín Scott, director of Waiting for the Light and Michael Scott: A Changing Man. It was co-produced by Paul Duane (Barbaric Genius, Very Extremely Dangerous, Natan) and Rex Bloomstein (This Prison Where I Live, Kz), with the support of the Irish Film Board and RTÉ. Filming took place over a five-year period in Ireland, Vietnam, Mongolia, Dubai, the USA and the UK, with Steve O'Reilly (The Summit, Waiting For The Light) serving as director of photography, and Tony Cranstoun A.C.E. (Amber, Death of a Superhero, Perrier's Bounty) as editor.