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SYNOPSIS

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DETAILS

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CREDITS

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BIOGRAPHY

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DIRECTOR - MARIANNE MØRK

All her life, Marianne Mørk has worked with theatre, television and film, mainly as an actress, and has dedicated her entire adult life to visual art. She has written manuscripts for 40 different television programs for children and young people, written and produced full scale musicals for major theatres in Norway, done readings at Boston Playwright Theatre, and directed the short film Light as a cloud – about eating disorders which has contributed to intense debates and is used in teaching in Norwegian hospitals. The last 25 years she has directed close to 50 theatre performances. She has received several awards and prizes, amongst them a culture award in 2012, and the Paul Harris award.

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PRESS

"Extraordinary access... Thrilling... It's as if a Frederick Wiseman film had been reimagined by William Blake."
- A.O. Scott, New York Times, Sundance Wrap-Up: 6 Movies We Like

"Exquisitely intimate"
- Guy Lodge, Variety, ‘A House Made of Splinters’ Review: A Heart-Tugging Documentary Portrait of Children in Limbo

"Extraordinary"

- Jack Seale, The Guardian, A House Made of Splinters Review

"The trust Wilmont – who acted as his own cinematographer – builds with the children is nothing short of remarkable. Every minute we spend with them feels unguarded and natural, whether it’s the look of quiet resignation when a mother fails to pick up the phone or the almost magical joyous immediacy of a sparkler in the dark."

- Amber Wilkinson, Screen Daily, ‘A House Made Of Splinters’: Thessaloniki Review

"This is a delicately observed film that affords its subjects empathy and respect."

- Pat Mullen, POV Magazine, A House Made of Splinters Review: Humanity and Heartache

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