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The Quiet Girl
An Cailín Ciúin poster.jpg
Poster
IrishAn Cailín Ciúin
Directed byColm Bairéad
Screenplay byColm Bairéad
Based onFoster
by Claire Keegan
Produced byCleona Ní Chrualaoí
Starring
  • Carrie Crowley
  • Andrew Bennett
  • Catherine Clinch
  • Michael Patric
  • Kate Nic Chonaonaigh
CinematographyKate McCullough
Edited byJohn Murphy
Music byStephen Rennicks
Production
companies
Distributed byBreak Out Pictures
Release dates
  • 11 February 2022 (2022-02-11) (Berlinale)
  • 12 May 2022 (2022-05-12) (Ireland)
Running time
94 minutes
CountryIreland
LanguageIrish

The Quiet Girl (Irish: An Cailín Ciúin [ənˠ ˈkalʲiːnʲ cuːnʲ]) is a 2022 Irish coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Colm Bairéad.[1][2] Set in 1981, the film follows a withdrawn nine-year-old girl who experiences a loving home for the first time when she spends the summer on a farm with distant relatives in Rinn Gaeltacht, County Waterford. The film was nominated for Best International Feature Film at the 95th Academy Awards.

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Irish language

Irish language

Irish, also known as Gaelic, is a Goidelic language of the Insular Celtic branch of the Celtic language family, which is a part of the Indo-European language family. Irish is indigenous to the island of Ireland and was the population's first language until the 19th century, when English gradually became dominant, particularly in the last decades of the century. Irish is still spoken as a first language in a small number of areas of certain counties such as Cork, Donegal, Galway, and Kerry, as well as smaller areas of counties Mayo, Meath, and Waterford. It is also spoken by a larger group of habitual but non-traditional speakers, mostly in urban areas where the majority are second-language speakers. The total number of persons who claimed they could speak Irish in April 2016 was 1,761,420, representing 39.8% of respondents, but of these, 418,420 said they never spoke it, while a further 558,608 said they only spoke it within the education system. Linguistic analysis of Irish speakers is therefore based primarily on the number of daily users in Ireland outside the education system, which in 2016 was 20,586 in the Gaeltacht and 53,217 outside it, totalling 73,803.

Coming-of-age story

Coming-of-age story

In genre studies, a coming-of-age story is a genre of literature, theatre, film, and video game that focuses on the growth of a protagonist from childhood to adulthood, or "coming of age". Coming-of-age stories tend to emphasize dialogue or internal monologue over action, and are often set in the past. The subjects of coming-of-age stories are typically teenagers. The Bildungsroman is a specific subgenre of coming-of-age story.

Drama (film and television)

Drama (film and television)

In film and television, drama is a category or genre of narrative fiction intended to be more serious than humorous in tone. Drama of this kind is usually qualified with additional terms that specify its particular super-genre, macro-genre, or micro-genre, such as soap opera, police crime drama, political drama, legal drama, historical drama, domestic drama, teen drama, and comedy-drama (dramedy). These terms tend to indicate a particular setting or subject-matter, or else they qualify the otherwise serious tone of a drama with elements that encourage a broader range of moods. To these ends, a primary element in a drama is the occurrence of conflict—emotional, social, or otherwise—and its resolution in the course of the storyline.

Ring, County Waterford

Ring, County Waterford

Ring or Ringagonagh is a parish within the Irish-speaking Gaeltacht na nDéise area in County Waterford, Ireland. It lies on a peninsula about eleven kilometres (7 mi) south of Dungarvan. The main settlement is the village of Ring or Ringville, which is within the townland of Ballynagaul.

Academy Award for Best International Feature Film

Academy Award for Best International Feature Film

The Academy Award for Best International Feature Film is one of the Academy Awards handed out annually by the U.S.-based Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). It is given to a feature-length motion picture produced outside the United States with a predominantly non-English dialogue track.

95th Academy Awards

95th Academy Awards

The 95th Academy Awards will be presented on March 12, 2023, in a ceremony held by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The awards will honor films released in 2022.

Plot

In the summer of 1981, nine-year-old Cáit is one of many siblings, living with her impoverished and neglectful parents in rural Ireland. With her mother pregnant again, it is decided to send their quiet daughter away to live with middle-aged distant cousin Eibhlín Cinnsealach and her husband Seán.

Eibhlín immediately welcomes Cáit into the Cinnsealach home, showing her love and teaching her how to do chores around the house and farm. She also shows Cáit a well on the property, claiming that the water has healing powers, while warning that the well is deep and to exercise caution when retrieving water from it. As Cáit arrived at the Cinnsealach home with no luggage, Eibhlín places her in a spare bedroom and initially dresses her with boys' clothes left in the wardrobe. She later buys Cáit new girls' clothes.

Seán, on the other hand, is withdrawn and initially acts coldly towards his foster daughter. One day when Eibhlín is away, Cáit accompanies Seán to the far side of the farm, the latter cleaning the milking parlour. While he is occupied, Cáit wanders off. Once Seán notices her absence, he panics and searches for her on the property. After finding her, he scolds her and orders her to never wander off again. Frightened by his sudden bout of anger, Cáit runs back to the house.

Seán expresses remorse and begins to make an effort to bond with Cáit. Slowly, the girl opens up to her foster father, and the two become close.

One day, the Cinnsealach family attend a wake. Seeing Cáit getting restless at the event while Eibhlín and Seán comfort their friends, a gossipy neighbour offers to look after her for a couple of hours. Eibhlín hesitates, but agrees. While the woman and Cáit walk together, the former reveals that the Cinnsealachs had a young son who drowned in the family slurry pit some years before Cáit's arrival. When the Cinnsealachs later pick Cáit up from the neighbour's house, they notice the girl's withdrawn demeanour and ask what the neighbour said to her. Cáit tells them the truth, which quietly upsets the older couple, but they do not deny the neighbour's story.

Over a month into her stay, Cáit's mother has given birth and has requested for the Cinnsealachs to return Cáit in time for the start of the school year. Cáit, Eibhlín and Seán each express their subdued sadness at having to part, but the couple agree to drive Cáit back to her biological family. Cáit sneaks off to the well to fetch water but becomes overwhelmed by her rapidly filling bucket and dragged into the well. A distressed Eibhlín, searching for Cáit, finds her soaked and upset returning from the well and comforts her.

A few days later, Eibhlín and Seán drive Cáit back to her home. Her mother barely acknowledges her daughter's return, and her father immediately chastises Cáit for sneezing. After a tension-filled conversation between the adults, with Eibhlín telling Cáit's parents that the girl is welcome to stay with them at any time, they reluctantly bid farewell to Cáit and begin to drive off. While watching the car disappear down the driveway, Cáit suddenly sprints towards it, managing to catch up to the couple as Seán closes the gate to her family's property. The foster father and daughter run to each other and embrace, while Eibhlín sobs quietly in the car. As Cáit looks over Seán's shoulder, she sees her father angrily marching towards them and says 'Daddy' to alert Seán to his presence. After a brief pause, she says 'Daddy' again.

Cast

  • Catherine Clinch as Cáit
  • Carrie Crowley as Eibhlín Kinsella
  • Andrew Bennett as Seán Kinsella
  • Michael Patric as Cáit's father
  • Kate Nic Chonaonaigh as Cáit's mother

Production

The Quiet Girl is based on Foster, a 2010 novella in English by Claire Keegan. The film was originally titled Fanacht ("Waiting"). It was filmed in Dublin and County Meath, with Meath locations including Summerhill, Moynalvey (including Fagan's Pub), Curraghtown, Garlow Cross, Trim and Clonymeath.[3][4]

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Foster (short story)

Foster (short story)

"Foster" is a short story or novella by Irish author Claire Keegan.

Claire Keegan

Claire Keegan

Claire Keegan is an Irish writer known for her award-winning short stories. Her stories have been published in The New Yorker, Best American Short Stories, Granta, and The Paris Review; and translated into 20 languages.

Dublin

Dublin

Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. On a bay at the mouth of the River Liffey, it is in the province of Leinster, bordered on the south by the Dublin Mountains, a part of the Wicklow Mountains range. At the 2016 census it had a population of 1,173,179, while the preliminary results of the 2022 census recorded that County Dublin as a whole had a population of 1,450,701, and that the population of the Greater Dublin Area was over 2 million, or roughly 40% of the Republic of Ireland's total population.

County Meath

County Meath

County Meath is a county in the Eastern and Midland Region of Ireland, within the province of Leinster. It is bordered by Dublin to the southeast, Louth to the northeast, Kildare to the south, Offaly to the southwest, Westmeath to the west, Cavan to the northwest, and Monaghan to the north. To the east, Meath also borders the Irish Sea along a narrow strip between the rivers Boyne and Delvin, giving it the second shortest coastline of any county. Meath County Council is the local authority for the county.

Summerhill, County Meath

Summerhill, County Meath

Summerhill is a heritage village in County Meath, Ireland. It is located in the south of the county, between Trim and Kilcock on the R158 and west of Dunboyne on the R156. It is the site of one of the most important battles in 17th century Ireland, the Battle of Dungan's Hill. Up until 1667, the village was known in English as 'The Knock' or 'Lynchs' Knock' as it was the ancestral home of the Norman-Irish Lynch family, whence came the Galway merchant family of the same name - one of the "Tribes of Galway". However, in about 1667, it was renamed Summerhill by the Langfords, the landed gentry, builders of Summerhill House and planners of the village as it is today. The ruins of the large Lynch castle can be seen in the village today while, apart from the village layout, only the demesne walls and entrance pillars of Summerhill House still stand.

Trim, County Meath

Trim, County Meath

Trim is a town in County Meath, Ireland. It is situated on the River Boyne and has a population of 9,194. The town is noted for Trim Castle – the largest Norman castle in Ireland. One of the two cathedrals of the United Dioceses of Meath and Kildare — St Patrick's cathedral — is located north of the river. Trim won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition in 1972, 1984, 2014 and 2022, and was the "joint" winner with Ballyconnell in 1974. Trim was historically the county town of Meath, but this title was passed on in 1898 to the larger, neighbouring town of Navan.

Release

The Quiet Girl premiered at the Berlinale on 11 February 2022. It won a Crystal Bear from the Generation Kplus International Jury for Best Film and received a special mention from the children's jury.[5] The jury stated that "It is a film with a delicate story full of details about childhood, grief, parenthood and rebuilding a family. The very strong narrative is combined with a stunning cinematography. The sound and the images create a unique atmosphere."[6][7]

It was also shown at the 2022 Dublin International Film Festival on 23 February, and at the Glasgow Film Festival in March 2022.[8] It went on general release in Ireland on 12 May 2022.[9] It was also selected for the 'World Cinema' section of 27th Busan International Film Festival to be screened in October 2022.[10]

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Reception

It broke box office records for the opening weekend of an Irish-language film and became the highest-grossing Irish-language film of all time.[11][12][13]

On Rotten Tomatoes the film has a 98% approval rating based on reviews from 63 critics. The website's consensus reads, "A remarkable debut for writer-director Colm Bairéad, The Quiet Girl offers a deceptively simple reminder that the smallest stories can leave a large emotional impact."[14] On Metacritic the film has a weighted average score of 89 out of 100 based on 13 critic reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[15]

Accolades

The Quiet Girl received 11 nominations at the 18th Irish Film & Television Awards (IFTAs) in March 2022, and won in seven categories.[16] The film was the first Irish-language film to showcase at the Berlin Film Festival and win the Best Film award at IFTAs.[17][18] In December 2022 the film became the first Irish-language film to be shortlisted for an Oscar in the Best International Feature Film category.[19][20]

On 24 January 2023, the film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film at the 95th Academy Awards, becoming the first Irish film to be nominated in the category's history.

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients Result Ref.
Academy Awards 12 March 2023 Best International Feature Film Ireland Pending [21]
American Society of Cinematographers Awards 5 March 2023 Spotlight Award Kate McCullough Pending [22]
British Academy Film Awards 19 February 2023 Best Adapted Screenplay Colm Bairéad Pending [23]
Best Film Not in the English Language The Quiet Girl Pending
Berlin International Film Festival 17 February 2022 The Grand Prix of the International Jury in Generation Kplus An Cailín Ciúin Won [24]
Special Mention from Children’s Jury An Cailín Ciúin Won
Dublin International Film Festival 27 February 2022 Best Irish Film An Cailín Ciúin Won [25]
Audience Award An Cailín Ciúin Won
Aer Lingus Discovery Award Colm Bairéad Won
Golden Reel Awards 26 February 2023 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Foreign Language Feature Steve Fanagan, Louise Burton, Caoimhe Doyle Pending [26]
IFTA Film & Drama Awards 12 March 2022 Best Film An Cailín Ciúin Won [27][28]
Best Director - Film Colm Bairéad Won
Best Lead Actress - Film Catherine Clinch Won
Best Supporting Actress - Film Carrie Crowley Nominated
Best Editing John Murphy Won
Best Production Design Emma Lowney Won
Best Cinematography Kate McCullough Won
Best Costume Design Louise Stanton Nominated
Best Sound Steve Fanagan, John "Bob" Brennan, Brendan Rehill Nominated
Best Original Music Stephen Rennicks Won
Screen Ireland Rising Star Award Colm Bairéad Won
London Film Critics' Circle 5 February 2023 British/Irish Film of the Year An Cailín Ciúin Pending [29]
Foreign Language Film of the Year An Cailín Ciúin Pending
Breakthrough British/Irish Filmmaker of the Year Colm Bairéad Pending
Young British/Irish Performer of the Year Catherine Clinch Pending
Satellite Awards 11 February 2023 Best Motion Picture – International An Cailín Ciúin Pending [30]
Sydney Film Festival 19 June 2022 Best Film An Cailín Ciúin Nominated [31]
Audience Awards An Cailín Ciúin 3rd place
Taipei Film Festival 8 July 2022 Audience Choice Award An Cailín Ciúin Won [32]
International New Talent Competition - Grand Prize An Cailín Ciúin Nominated
Valladolid International Film Festival 29 October 2022 Silver Spike An Cailín Ciúin Won [33]
Audience Award An Cailín Ciúin Won

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18th Irish Film & Television Awards

18th Irish Film & Television Awards

The 18th Irish Film & Television Academy Awards, also called the IFTA Film & Drama Awards 2022, took place in March 2022. The ceremony honours Irish films and television drama released between 1 January 2021 and 11 March 2022. Nominations were announced on 22 February 2022. The ceremony aired on Virgin Media One on 12 March 2022, hosted by Deirdre O'Kane.

Academy Award for Best International Feature Film

Academy Award for Best International Feature Film

The Academy Award for Best International Feature Film is one of the Academy Awards handed out annually by the U.S.-based Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). It is given to a feature-length motion picture produced outside the United States with a predominantly non-English dialogue track.

95th Academy Awards

95th Academy Awards

The 95th Academy Awards will be presented on March 12, 2023, in a ceremony held by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The awards will honor films released in 2022.

Academy Awards

Academy Awards

The Academy Awards, better known as the Oscars, are awards for artistic and technical merit for the American film industry. The awards are regarded by many as the most prestigious, significant awards in the entertainment industry in the United States. Given annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), the awards are a recognition of excellence in cinematic achievements of primarily American films, as assessed by the Academy's voting membership. The various category winners are awarded a copy of a golden statuette as a trophy, officially called the "Academy Award of Merit," although more commonly referred to by its nickname, the "Oscar." The statuette, depicting a knight rendered in the Art Deco style, was originally sculpted by Los Angeles artist George Stanley from a design sketch by art director Cedric Gibbons.

2022 American Society of Cinematographers Awards

2022 American Society of Cinematographers Awards

The 37th American Society of Cinematographers Awards will be held on March 5, 2023, at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, to honor the best cinematographers of film and television in 2022. The nominees were announced on January 9, 2023. Actress Viola Davis is set to be honored with an Outstanding Achievement award for her contributions to cinema.

American Society of Cinematographers Spotlight Award

American Society of Cinematographers Spotlight Award

The American Society of Cinematographers Spotlight Award is an annual award given by the American Society of Cinematographers to cinematographers working in features and documentaries that are typically screened at film festivals, in limited theatrical release, or outside the United States. It was first awarded in 2014.

British Academy Film Awards

British Academy Film Awards

The British Academy Film Awards, more commonly known as the BAFTA Film Awards is an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) to honour the best British and international contributions to film. The ceremonies were initially held at the flagship Odeon cinema in Leicester Square in London, before being held at the Royal Opera House from 2007 to 2016. From 2017 to 2022, the ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall in London before moving to the Royal Festival Hall for the 2023 ceremony. The statue awarded to recipients depicts a theatrical mask.

76th British Academy Film Awards

76th British Academy Film Awards

The 76th British Academy Film Awards, also known as the BAFAs, will be held on 19 February 2023, honouring the best national and foreign films of 2022. It will be held at the Royal Festival Hall within London's Southbank Centre, the first time since the 69th British Academy Film Awards (2016) that the ceremony will not been held at the Royal Albert Hall. The move is part of a new deal between BAFTA and the Southbank Centre, and brings the Film Awards in-line with the British Academy Television Awards and British Academy Games Awards, which are already held there. Presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, accolades will be handed out for the best feature-length film and documentaries of any nationality that were screened at British cinemas in 2022.

BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay

BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award for Best Adapted Screenplay has been presented to its winners since 1968, when the original category was split into two awards, the other being the BAFTA Award for Best Original Screenplay.

BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language

BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language

The BAFTA Award for Best Film Not in the English Language is given annually by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and presented at the British Academy Film Awards. The award was first given at the 36th British Academy Film Awards, recognising the films of 1982, and until 1990 was known as the Best Foreign Language Film. Prior to this, films recorded in a language other than English were often recognised in the category BAFTA Award for Best Film, known between 1949 and 1969 as Best Film from any Source, also, in the 1980s there were only European films that the language originally recorded spoken in the film is not English, except Ran, between winners and nominees films in this category.

Berlin International Film Festival

Berlin International Film Festival

The Berlin International Film Festival, usually called the Berlinale, is a major international film festival held annually in Berlin, Germany. Founded in 1951 and originally run in June, the festival has been held every February since 1978 and is one of the "Big Three" alongside the Venice Film Festival in Italy and the Cannes Film Festival in France. Tens of thousands of visitors attend each year.

72nd Berlin International Film Festival

72nd Berlin International Film Festival

The 72nd annual Berlin International Film Festival, usually called the Berlinale took place from 10 to 20 February 2022 in person. On 15 December 2021 the first film of the festival was announced. The festival opened with François Ozon's drama film Peter von Kant. Isabelle Huppert was awarded Honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement on 15 February 2022 at the Berlinale Palast award ceremony. Her film by Laurent Larivière, À propos de Joan was also screened.

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