Interview with Warren Leight, “In Treatment” Showrunner

Alan Sepinwall interviewed Warren Leight, the showrunner for Season Two of In Treatment as a parting gift in his usual weekly analysis of the series: We’ve come to the end of season two of In Treatment, and I’m going to do something a little different at the end. Rather than […]

Getting Literary: Byrne Opens Festival in Ireland

Writers’ Week in Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland, the annual literary festival, will be opened by Gabriel Byrne on May 27. Since it’s inception in 1970 Listowel Writers’ Week has been recognised as the primary event in Ireland’s literary calendar. North Kerry is the birthplace of many of Ireland’s most prominent […]

The Irish Arts Center Honors Jim Sheridan

On May 11, 2009, there was a cocktail reception honoring Oscar-nominated Director Jim Sheridan at the Irish Arts Center in New York City. Honorary Chairs included Ambassador Niall Burgess, Gabriel Byrne, Terry George, The Honorable Christine Quinn and Maureen White, along with Oscar-winning actor Robert Duvall, who all honored Oscar-nominated […]

“In Treatment” Has Arrived

In Treatment, the HBO series we all love for its examination of therapy in America and one therapist in particular, portrayed by Gabriel Byrne, has now entered the American political zeitgeist. In an article concerning the torture problem currently being examined in the press in great detail, the reporter uses LBJ’s well-known […]

In Treatment, Week Six, According to Alan

Alan Sepinwall at The Star/Ledger has been providing really well-thought-out and useful overviews of the second season episodes of In Treatment, just as he did with the first season. His blog entry for Week Six is particularly valuable, though, because he shares with us the comments of show-runner Warren Leight, […]

“Leningrad” at Cannes Film Festival!

Leningrad, the epic film by Aleksandr Buravsky, is set to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, with screenings on May 15 and May 20. The film stars Gabriel Byrne and Mira Sorvino and is the story of a young British journalist, Kate Davis, during the Nazi siege of Leningrad in […]