Born of Hope – The Lord of the Rings

A feature length fan film which set before the War of the Ring and tells the story of the Dúnedain, the Rangers of the North, who are beset by darkness, but find leadership and hope in the form of Arathorn, father of Aragorn and fifteenth Chieftain of the Dúnedain.

Born of Hope is Directed by
Kate Madison

Produced by
Kate Madison

Written By
Alex K. Aldridge

Music by
Tobias Bublat, Adam Langston, Jacob Shelby, Kevin Webster, Rob Westwood

Christopher Dane, Beth Aynsley, anny George, Kate Madison, Andrew McDonald, Philippa Hammond, Iain Marshall, Luke Johnston, Howard Corlett, Amani Johara, Lewis Penfold, Richard Roberts,

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Our Verdict
Obviously the visual FX aren’t going to match those of the multi-million dollar Peter Jackson epics, but Born of Hope is an impressive film that delivers a welcome dose of Tolkien fantasy. Considering the budget restraints the costume design, cinematography, acting and fight choreography are all very well done. The soundtrack is a particular highlight, which is easily on par with the Jackson movies and really adding a feeling of authenticity to the endeavour. The story is interesting too, allowing us to learn a little more of the backstory of Aragon’s family and young Aragon is adorable!

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