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Trailer Released for Tristan Heanue's Físín Funded Short Film 'Ciúnas'
29 Apr 2019 : Nathan Griffin
Físín Script Winner Tristan Heanue
The trailer has been released for Tristan Heanue’s short film ‘Ciúnas’ (Silence), which shot on location in Connemara, Co. Galway in November of last year.

Winner of the Físín Script Award at the 2018 Dingle Film Festival, the Irish language short film centres on a couple embarking on a journey in the midst of a family crisis and stars Gary Lydon (‘The Guard’, ‘Calvary’, ‘Pure Mule’, ‘The Clinic’) Ally Ní Chiaráin (‘The drummer & the keeper’, ‘Michael Inside’) and rising star Hazel Doupe (‘Float like a butterfly’, ‘Michael Inside’, ‘Calm with horses’).

Speaking about the film, writer/director Tristan Heanue told IFTN:

"After a long post-production phase, we are very excited to begin distributing the film to festivals. The shoot was a great experience, we were blessed to work with three of the finest actors in the country and an amazing crew and I think we captured something we are all proud of. I can't wait for people to finally see it. "

The film sees Heanue team up with Cinematographer Narayan Van Maele (‘Gutland’, ‘Gridlock’) who was supplied with camera equipment from Vast Valley Ltd as part of the competition win.  

‘Ciúnas’ is written, directed and produced by Heanue, with Tor Cotton and Dingle International Film Festival featuring as executive producers. The edit was done by John Desay, sound by Nikki Moss, Score by Michael Fleming, trailer score by John Paul O’Connor, colour grade by Michael Higgins, sound mix by Michael Heffernan, sound recording by Poe Ramon Assistant Director by Hugh O'Donoghue, assistant camera by Brian Durcan & Rossa O'Dowd, script supervisor by Lelanya O'Reilly and Make Up by Colleen Allman McGrath & Isabel Hardman.

The film is scheduled for a premiere in March at the 2019 Dingle Film Festival.




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