Set near the end of the Third Age of Middle-earth. Arathorn takes refugees to Taurdal, the village of his father, Arador. Then as Arador begins his campaign against the gathering orc bands ... See full summary »

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Kate Madison

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Paula DiSante (screenplay) (as Alex K. Aldridge), J.R.R. Tolkien (inspired by the writings of) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Dane ... Arathorn
Beth Aynsley Beth Aynsley ... Gilraen
Kate Madison Kate Madison ... Elgarain
Danny George Danny George ... Dírhaborn
Iain Marshall Iain Marshall ... Arador
Andrew McDonald Andrew McDonald ... Dírhael
Philippa Hammond Philippa Hammond ... Ivorwen
Howard Corlett ... Halbaron
Matt Kennard ... Elladan
Sam Kennard Sam Kennard ... Elrohir
Luke Johnston Luke Johnston ... Aragorn
Robert Harvey Robert Harvey ... Baby Aragorn (as Robert 'Bobble' Harvey)
Jonah McLafferty Jonah McLafferty ... Baby Aragorn
Lars Mattes Lars Mattes ... Halbarad
Ollie Goodchild Ollie Goodchild ... Halbarad
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Set near the end of the Third Age of Middle-earth. Arathorn takes refugees to Taurdal, the village of his father, Arador. Then as Arador begins his campaign against the gathering orc bands in the north, he sends Arathorn onward to find the motive behind these Orcs attacks. Written by Alex K Alderidge

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A light in the darkness. A destiny born of hope.


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The original idea to do a film was started in about November 2003 but was shelved only a few months later due to a lack of experience and a dedicated team. It was restarted in November 2005. See more »

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Arathorn: Arise Dúnedain, remember who you are!
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Bloodline of the Kings
Written and Performed by Jonathan Glew
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This is an awesome movie!
1 December 2009 | by fraserpattySee all my reviews

It is professional grade quality! Acting, editing, script, costumes, sets,music, make-up--it's all in the professional category. The only complaint I have is that I can't have the DVD in high def. It belongs very proudly on my shelf next to the LotR movies. It's clear that you all have futures in the moving making industry if you want them. You stayed close to the vision of Tolkien, and for that reason alone, I'm very grateful. That it is free to us is one of the greatest mathoms ever given, but I would gladly have paid to see this at the theater. Perhaps maybe one day.

Kate and crew...great work! You should be very proud. I'll be watching this often.


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English | Sindarin

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1 December 2009 (UK) See more »

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Born of Hope See more »

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GBP25,000 (estimated)
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