Halifirien: The Hallowed Mountain

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Halifirien: The Hallowed Mountain is a fan film, released online on September 8, 2009.

Production[edit | edit source]

Production started in 2007. Early 2009, the script was rewritten, and filming in County Sligo, Ireland finished in the early summer of 2009.

Plot[edit | edit source]

From the official website:

During the time of the War of the Ring a young boy will face his own quest, to light the last beacon and signal to Rohan that Gondor calls for aid.

High on the mountain of Halifirien, overlooking the border between the two kingdoms, the wardens keep their watch for the ancient signal that will call the men of the west to unite against the threat of Mordor.

As Sauron's shadow grows over Middle Earth (sic), orc war bands maraud further into the free lands, and one night invade the hallowed mountain upon which the wardens keep their watch. As Eradur (James Robinson) and his brother (Dominic Downes) are on guard they hear the noise of battle from further down the mountain. Do they go and help their friends? Or stay and keep to their sworn duty?

Eradur will face the loss of those most dear to him as he is hunted down by bloodthirsty orcs and forced to confront his fears alone.

Cast and crew[edit | edit source]

Actor Role
James Robinson Eradur
Dominic Downes Eradan
Tim Clarke Warden
Uilliam Downes Warden
Luke Clarke Orc
Michael Robinson Orc
Jeremy Clarke Orc

All actors are children. The film is directed and produced by Tom Robinson and edited by Patrick Robinson. The music is composed by Peter Clarke.

External links[edit | edit source]

J.R.R. Tolkien-related fan films
2003 Bogans · The Two Towers: The Purist Edit
2004 Mr. Bliss · The Ring Thing
2005 Almost There And Back Again
2007 The Peril to the Shire
2009 Born of Hope · Halifirien: The Hallowed Mountain · The Hunt for Gollum · They're taking the Hobbits to Isengard
2011 Wings Over Arda: The First Age
2013 Third Age Journals
2014 Tolkien's Road
2020 Horn of Gondor
Unknown year The Legend of Gurthang