Irish Film Academy Nomination for “Stories From Home”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Irish Film and Television Academy (IFTA) awards nominations were announced today in Dublin. The newly created best feature documentary category nominations ┬áinclude Gabriel Byrne: Stories From Home. The awards ceremony is scheduled for February 14, 2009 in Dublin. Congratulations to Mr. Byrne and to […]

Prepare for some more In Treatment this April!

According to the Chicago Tribune, HBO has finally confirmed in a press statement this Monday that In Treatment will be returning in the spring: In the second season of In Treatment, the newly divorced Dr. Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne) has relocated to Brooklyn and now runs his therapy practice out […]

“Byrne Brings Back Christmas For the Grinch” article

Updated December 29, 2018: This article is still available at the Irish Examiner but, as I have seen all too often recently, it might disappear sometime soon, so here is the full text of Charley Brady’s wonderful Christmas story about the Grinch and Gabriel Byrne. Apologies for swiping the entire […]

One New Patient and a Familiar Face Join In Treatment Season 2

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Russell Hornsby is joining the cast for the second season of In Treatment. He will play Luke, a separated father with a 12-year old son. Mr. Hornsby was most recently seen in Lincoln Heights. And Zap2It reports that Glynn Turman, who won an Emmy for […]

Best Wishes of the Season

To celebrate the holidays in true Byrne-ing fashion, here is a wallpaper suitable for spiffing up your desktop. Happiest of Holidays to all Byrneholics everywhere and to all a Very Good Year!    

Stories From Home Now Available!–UPDATED

This is Gabriel Byrne as you have never seen him: totally candid, unabashed, haunted, wry, fearless, and honest to an unprecedented degree. Irish television channel TV3 is making the new documentary Gabriel Byrne: Stories From Home, directed by Pat Collins, available in its entirety on their website. The video runs approximately 76 minutes […]