Ciarán Hinds in the Shore


Another new project: The Wonder of resuming activity

Ciarán will join Toby Jones in a new Irish film, based on Emma Donoghue's book, The Wonder. Set in the Irish Midlands in 1862, The Wonder tells the story of a young girl who stops eating, but remains miraculously alive without food for months. English nurse Lib Wright is brought to study the phenomenon, as tourists and pilgrims gather to witness the girl. Is the village harbouring a saint or is there something more ominous going on? The Wonder will be released on Netflix in 2022.

Production is currently underway in Dublin and Wicklow.

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New project: The Dry

The Dry - "an irreverent, hilarious, and deeply moving story of addiction, recovery and fractured family relationships" - tells the story of Shiv Sheridan as she returns to her home town of Dublin, sober and with good intentions, after years of partying in London. But navigating this new phase of her life and being back with her family makes staying on 'the dry' much harder than she expected, forcing them to confront issues they had previously avoided. The eight-part comedy-drama series will begin shooting on August 16 in Ireland, and will premiere on BritBox UK next year.

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The English: another new project

Set in the famous mid-American landscape of 1890, The English, which is currently filming in Spain, follows an Englishwoman who arrives into the West to wreak revenge on the man she sees as responsible for the death of her son. There she meets Eli Whipp, an ex-cavalry scout and member of the Pawnee Nation by birth. They join forces and discover a shared history which must be defeated at all costs, if either of them are to survive. According to director Hugo Blick, "a thrilling, romantic, epic horse-opera is heading to your screen sometime next year". It will air BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the UK in 2022.

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Ciarán will star in a new project

Cottontail tells the story of a Japanese widower who travels with his son to England to fulfill his deceased wife's last wish, and scatter her ashes amongst the natural beauty of the Lake District (the land of writer Beatrix Potter, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist, whose tales of Peter Rabbit captivated her as a child.). He ends up making the trip alone after an argument with his son, and after a nightmarish entry to the U.K., eventually meets John (Ciarán) with whom he develops a strong friendship

Ciarán will star alongside Lily Franky, Ryô Nishikido and Jessie Buckley.

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Irish crime series Kin will be aired this autumn

Ciaran Hinds in KinFimed in Dublin despite the challenges brought on by the coronavirus, the eight-part series follows the chaotic lives of a fictional Dublin family at the centre of a gangland war. It's loosely inspired by the story of the Kinahan Cartel - a family of Irish gangsters shipping drugs in and out of Dublin while fighting gangs in the city.

"Kin, at its heart, is a global story about grief, love, loss, and the ties that bind us", said David Davoli, President of Television for BRON studios.

Ciarán will star alongside an impressive line-up of Irish acors including Clare Dunne (Outlander), Aidan Gillen, Sam Keeley, Emmett Scanlan, Maria Doyle Kennedy, and a new actress, Yasmin Seky. It will be aired on RTÉ One and RTÉ Player this autumn.

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Latest projects

The Wonder

Ciaran HindsA young girl who stops eating but remains miraculously alive and well.

The Dry

Ciaran HindsThe joyful chaos and dark absurdities of family life in a series that is all about recovery...

The English

Ciaran Hinds A woman seeks revenge in the mythic mid-American landscape of the 1890s.

Faith Healer

Ciaran Hinds The faith healer is a man blessed but also cursed by the gift of healing with touch and words.

Cottontail

Ciaran Hinds A widower from Japan travels with his estranged son to England in order to fulfill his late wife's dying wish.

Kin

Ciaran Hinds A fictional Dublin family becomes embroiled in a gangland war.

Belfast

Ciaran Hinds A very personal film about a boy's early years in late 1960s Belfast, surrounded by a large extended family.

Lollie's Earth Rod

Ciaran HindsLike it or not, Enda has to euthanize the infirm family dog...

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