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Hamlet Revenant

Status: In pre-production as of May 2017 Written and directed by Ken McMullen Cast: Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Maria Boda, Lambert Wilson, Ian McKellen, Gabriel Byrne, Connie Nielsen Description: The screenplay of ‘Hamlet Revenant’ tells the story of a character caught amidst treasonous political upheavals, family crisis, sexual tensions and ambiguous […]

CARRIE PILBY: The Reviews Are In!

One of the wonderful things about Gabriel Byrne’s new film, Carrie Pilby, is that he plays a supporting role in a film created by women. If you read my Women’s History Month posting, then you know Carrie Pilby is written (both the original book and the screenplay), directed, and produced […]

Celebrate Women’s History Month with Gabriel Byrne!

March is Women’s History Month! As most of you know, Gabriel Byrne is a vocal feminist and supporter of women’s rights and equality–in life, in film, in theater and the arts. He has worked with amazing women throughout his career: colleagues in front of the screen and collaborators behind it. […]

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Gabriel and his wife, Hannah Beth, on the birth of their daughter! This news comes to us from the Irish Sun: Gabriel Byrne and his wife will bring their new baby daughter back home to Ireland in the coming weeks. Pals say the patriotic actor is keen that […]

MAD TO BE NORMAL: New Video and Update!

Please note: the video mentioned below is now private. Sorry about that. –Stella The first behind the scenes feature for Mad To Be Normal gives us David Tennant, who plays R.D. Laing in this new film based on the controversial psychiatrist’s life, and his co-stars Elisabeth Moss and Gabriel Byrne, […]

AN IRISHMAN ABROAD Podcast–Updated!

Updated March 6 Here is the podcast An Irishman Abroad, now available on SoundCloud:   Reaction to Gabriel Byrne’s An Irishman Abroad interview has been very positive! Intelligent, articulate and insightful stuff from Gabriel Byrne on Irishman Abroad https://t.co/fFj7nfZQyP pic.twitter.com/37T6Y9I3ss — Brendan Kenny (@bennykenny78) March 5, 2017 Fellow Irishfolk, this […]