A Busy Agenda for Mr. Byrne

12 March 2010, Tribeca Cinemas, New York 7 pm – Gabriel Byrne attends the 12th Craic Festival, which is showing the documentary Gabriel Byrne: Stories from Home, followed by an after-party. The organisers need volunteers! Volunteers Needed for festival!! No need to BUY your tickets – just come help us […]

Gabriel Byrne Makes a Case for the Arts

I suppose it was the holidays. That’s what I’ll blame it on, anyway. Somehow, Gabriel Byrne made a presentation at an event in Ireland a couple of weeks ago and it flew right by me! I never cease to be amazed at how he slips in and out of places, […]

Gabriel Byrne at the ADL Concert

Updated November 18 Alanna over at the Anti-BVBL Blog attended the concert and had this to say: I had the privilege of attending a SPECTACULAR event last evening at the Kennedy Center – ADL’s 15th Annual Concert Against Hate. The Masters of Ceremonies included Liev Schreiber and Gabriel Byrne.  Their […]

The Fate of the Irish Film Board

It was a star-studded affair in an unlikely place: “the windowless, functional, fluorescent-lit chamber” in Leinster House, Dublin, where the Oireachtas Joint Committee on the Arts heard testimony regarding the possible axing of the Irish Film Board. The Irish Times reports Wednesday, 14 October [This article is now behind a paywall […]

LA Irish Film Festival: UPDATED

Gabriel Byrne will be attending a Q & A at the Los Angeles Irish Film Festival on Thursday, September 24, following the premiere of his film Gabriel Byrne: Stories From Home. *sigh* More details can be found here. Updated: A review of the evening’s events has been published at the […]

Remembering Frank McCourt

From Irish Central, published today: Big-hearted Gabriel Byrne showed yet again why he’s one of the nicest men in showbiz when he slipped into the month’s mind for the late writer Frank McCourt. The Emmy-nominated actor was deliberately low key as he arrived at the mass which took place at […]