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Tim Hanan

Film Director
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Filmography
  • Strangers In The Night
    2022 — Short Film
  • Justice For One
    2019 — Feature Film
  • Deadline
    2016 — Short Film
  • Time
    2016 — Short Film
  • Getting There
    2015 — Short Film
  • Breaking Up
    2011 — Short Film
  • Walk On By
    2007 — Short Film
Awards
  • 2021 — Winner
    Mykonos Film Festival — Best Feature. Justice For One
  • 2021 — Winner
    Vesuvius International Film Festival — Best Editing of a Feature Film. Justice For One
  • 2021 — Winner
    Barcelona International Film Festival — Best Supporting Actress. Justice For One
  • 2020 — Winner
    Disappear Here Film Festival — Best Feature. Justice For One
  • 2020 — Winner
    Madrid International Film Festival — Best Supporting Actress. Justice For One
  • 2020 — Winner
    Nice International Film Festival — Best Supporting Actress. Justice For One
  • 2019 — Winner
    World Cinema Milan — Best Editing of a Feature Film. Justice For One
  • 2019 — Winner
    Five Continents International Film Festival — Best Lead Actor. Justice For One
  • 2019 — Winner
    Five Continents International Film Festival — Best Comedy Feature. Justice For One

Tim Hanan is a writer and director from Dublin, Ireland. According to LinkedIn, he is a “Film and Media professional with experience in videography, script writing and editing. Strengths include idea generation, analytical skills, and collaboration. Pride myself on being a creative problem solver with excellent planning and problem-solving skills. Keen to work in a creative and challenging environment.” He has no particular objections to that.

His educational history includes a year of Art and Design in Dundrum College (where his highest grades included a Distinction in Sculpture), one year of Film and TV Studies in Griffith College (where he directed his first short film), two years of Film Production in Ballyfermot College of Further Education (where he worked on a wide range of film productions in every department), one year of an Associate Diploma in Speech and Drama from Leinster School of Music, and another year in the Filmbase Masters course (which included working on a feature film, and writing a thesis on film preservation).

He studied acting in his teens, and was a member of Dublin Youth Theatre from 1997 until sometime in the early 2000s. While in DYT, he acted in four plays and wrote and directed one. He also directed a play called ‘Normal’ in 2015.

He worked on a number of short films and other projects from 2005 until, well, now, and as a freelance videographer from 2009 until recently. Several of his short films and his first feature film, ‘Justice For One’, have screened at festivals internationally, winning the occasional award in the process.

He is currently making another short, ‘Strangers In The Night’, and developing several other projects.