Crossing the Line with Gabriel Byrne

Gabriel Byrne is full of ideas, concerns, observations, considered opinions, and stories. Ever since I became aware of him, back in 1981, he has been so. Every interview, short or long, gives you either glimpses of the depth of his intellectual nature or captures big hunks of philosophical discourse that […]

Murder at Emigrant Gulch: Behind the Scenes –Updated!

September 5 The very gracious Jessica Louise Thompson, Tailor has shared more pics of her fine Hero Coat and The Hero Himself wearing it! We thank her for her generosity and don’t forget to visit her Instagram for more goodies! August 19 Gabriel Byrne’s Montana adventure, Murder at Emigrant Gulch, […]

Canadian Homecoming: Death of a Ladies’ Man

Coming to Crave in August is Gabriel Byrne’s most recent film, Death of a Ladies’ Man, written and directed by Canadian Matt Bissonnette and returning home after a grand run at the Galway Film Fleadh. My research, which mostly involves getting lovely tweets from My Pal Sammy, who writes extensively […]

DEATH OF A LADIES’ MAN at the Galway Film Fleadh

The international premiere of Gabriel Byrne’s new film, Death of a Ladies’ Man, for which he just received the Best Actor Film IFTA Award, will take place on July 21 at the 2021 Galway Film Fleadh. This film festival is a special place for Irish film and it is fitting […]

It’s A Wrap: Murder at Emigrant Gulch

This new western is not Gabriel Byrne’s first rodeo. He appeared in Jim Jarmusch’s black and white homage to the genre, Dead Man, in 1995 and played Teddy Blue in the television series Buffalo Girls, based on Larry McMurtry’s book, that same year. But this is the first time he […]

Death of a Ladies’ Man in the News

Premiering in Australia! Thanks to producer Corey Marr for the heads up on this great news! Premiering May 20, in 70 theaters! Wow. All of you Byrneholics Down Under must run, not walk, to your local theater (if you are allowed to do so and if it is safe for […]