Nominated for the IFTA 2012 Best Documentary
An excellent documentary.
Sunday Business Post
It establishes Father Ted as a unique show – big hearted, yet sneakily subversive, traditional yet surreal, unworldly yet brilliantly pop culture-savvy. Watching O’Hanlon, Kelly and Norton is great fun, yet the film has a melancholy edge too, with the absence of Dermot Morgan clearly still keenly felt by all involved. Lovely Stuff.
TIME OUT (London)