1 x 13min film
1400 years ago Skellig Michael became home to a small group of men seeking religious solitude and isolation on one of the most extraordinary locations on earth. In this short documentary we take an audio visual journey through this island on the edge of the world and into the lives of the monks that came to inhabit it. We see the remarkable structures and steps they built and their unique way of life completely apart from the wider world.
While Skellig Michael is now a UNESCO World Heritage site, Skellig Beag is home to the second largest gannet colony in the world. Not only places of historical significance, the Skelligs' natural and rugged beauty play home to a variety of wildlife.