"Culturally vital....like unearthed treasure" ★★★★★
Andrew Collins, Radio Times
"Stunning ... Evocative" ★★★★
Erlingur Einarsson, Total Film
"rich and sometimes eerie" ★★★★
Ed Porter, The Sunday Times
"a compelling portrait of the tight-knit fishing communities of the Outer Hebrides" ★★★★
Jamie Dunn, The Skinny
With a ready wit to balance the gentle melody of the language, these are tales that will sweep you away." ★★★★
Jennie Kermode, Eye for Film
"evocative seascapes of the Outer Hebrides light up every frame" ★★★★
Meredith Taylor, Filmuforia
"a trove of memory, influences and beautiful storytelling" ★★★★
Dominic Corr, The Wee Review
"A beautiful love letter to the various fishing communities of the Outer Hebrides"
In The Frame
Press and Interviews:
"Mermaids, seals and big ugly eels: the Gaelic fishing film that’s a feast for the ears"
Libby Brooke, The Guardian
"the first feature doc ever shot wholly in Scottish Gaelic"
Danny Leigh, The Financial Times
Interview: Iorram Director Alastair Cole
Capturing Reality, Past and Present
"Gaelic documentary first throws spotlight on ancient Hebrides way of life"
The Northern Scot
"Gaelic documentary portrays life in Outer Hebrides"
"Iorram, the first cinema documentary entirely in Scottish Gaelic, will have its world premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival next month"
The Dream Cage
Scottish Gaelic ‘Boat Song’ documentary
"Gaelic Fishing Film Sets Sail"
Scottish Field Magazine
Director interview on Scots Whay Hae podcast