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Hansard had recorded a version of Bob Dylan's "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" for the film I'm Not There in 2007.
In 2009, Hansard said that he and Irglova were no longer romantically linked, and that they are now "good friends".
The film had its United States premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007 and received the Festival's World Cinema Audience Award.
During the promotional tour, he and Irglová began dating.
Hansard can be found singing "Come Away to the Water" on the deluxe edition of his first solo album Rhythm and Repose.
This solo album was later revealed to be titled Rhythm and Repose.
Hansard sang the song "Take the Heartland" on the soundtrack for the 2012 film The Hunger Games.
Hansard is a devotee of Krishna and performed for the 80th birthday of Swami Prabhupada in London, staying at a manor donated to the Hare Krishna movement by The Beatles' George Harrison, who was a Hare Krishna devotee.
co-star and bandmate Marketa Irglova, but each of those wins came with a price: Hansard and Irglova found it difficult to navigate their post-awards fame (and in one memorable conversation in the documentary, Hansard scraps with his Oscar-obsessed parents), which eventually led to several fights and the dissolution of their relationship.
He has often stated that he regretted taking the role, because he felt it distracted him from his music career.