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Ciarán is terrific in The Crucible

Arthur Miller's Witch-Hunt Drama The Crucible has begun previews at the Walter Kerr Theater on March 1, and, although reviews are hard to find before the official opening night, the good news is that Ciarán has already left his mark on his fellow actors. According to actress Jenny Jules "He has so much command. He is in charge, he just walks on that stage and he has respect."

But for the man himself, it's all about rising to the challenge: "My character enters with no doubts, no fears - whereas I'm riddled with them. People say I have an ease about me. But when it comes to work, I'm a great doubter. I take the work, but it's always a bloody challenge."


Shetland: season 3 on BBC One

Wonderfully two-faced Ciaran HindsWhen a young man disappears on a ferry crossing and a small boy ends up in intensive care, DI Jimmy Perez and his team become convinced the two events are connected.

As the investigation pulls Perez and his team deeper into the secrets of the local community, prime suspect Michael Maguire carries out his own inquiry, with dire consequences.

The first episode aired on BBC ONE on Friday 15 January.


Ciarán in a winning short movie

Vincent Gallagher's Love is a Sting has been distinguished with two awards at the Clones Film Festival and the Richard Harris International Film Festival.

This experimental short film, narrated by Ciarán and played by Donegal actor Seán T. Ó Meallaigh, tells the story of the attempts of a hyper-intelligent mosquito to communicate with a struggling children's book writer. According to producer Ian Hunt Duffy, Ciarán was the final piece of this ambitious puzzle: "We really felt the story deserved a great actor to narrate it, so we were delighted to get Ciará Hinds on board. He just brings such gravitas and emotion to the piece”.


Martin Scorsese's Silence will have a Northern Irish cast

Ciarán stars alongside his longtime friend Liam Neeson in Silence, Martin Scorsese's pet project for almost two decades, a story about the challenges faced by Jesuit missionaries attempting to spread Christianity in 17th century Japan. Based on Shusaku Endo's novel, it's all about God's silence in the face of human suffering, according to director Martin Scorsese. "The subject matter is very close to my heart. I've been working on it since I first read the book in 1989", Scorsese said. "It deals with spiritual matters in a concrete, physical world; a world where invariably the worst of human nature is revealed." Ciarán plays Alessandro Valignano (1539-1606), the Italian missionary who oversaw Jesuit activity in Asia for over thirty years. Silence is expected to be released in time for the 2016 awards season.


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The Crucible

Ciaran HindsA fictionalized story of the Salem witch trials that took place in the Province of Massachusetts Bay during 1692 and 1693.

Morten on the Ship of Fools

Ciaran Hinds To feel closer to his absent father, 8 year-old Morten creates his ship with the crew of insects and bugs.

Love is a Sting

Ciaran Hinds A hyper-intelligent mosquito tries to communicate with a struggling children's book writer.

Hail Caesar!

Ciaran HindsThe story of Eddie Mannix, aka "The Fixer", known for his gangster tactics.

The Hope Rooms

Ciaran HindsThe story of an estranged father, and his son, who meet up after 15 years in a café in order to heal old wounds.


Ciaran Hinds Two Jesuits face persecution when they travel to Japan to seek out their mentor and spread the teachings of Christianity.

Shetland (S03)

Ciaran Hinds Crime investigation within the close knit island community of Shetland.

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