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Walking With Ghosts: New Events!

Two new events in Gabriel Byrne’s Virtual Book Tour are scheduled for this month. More information, with links to get tickets, is below. But first, a treat Here is Gabriel in conversation with author and friend Colm Toíbín, brought to us by Live Talks, Los Angeles. I did not know […]

Coming Soon: Death of a Ladies’ Man!

Mongrel Media, located in Toronto, is home to most of the information currently available on the Internet for Death of a Ladies’ Man: trailer, posters, pics, etc. Their webpage for the film tells us the theatrical release date has been set for March 12, 2021! Celluloid Dreams has a page […]

ZeroZeroZero: The UK Reviews

February does seem like the perfect time to sit back on a comfortable sofa, drink something hot and chocolate-y, and watch desperate (but still appealing) people crime (yes, it’s a verb now. Haven’t you heard?) on a global scale–a whirlwind tour of exotic (and not-so-exotic) places, with a thrumming and […]

Walking With Ghosts: More Conversations

Gabriel Byrne’s Virtual Book Tour of the USA continues! And do check the Interviews Page for updates. I add new interviews–video, audio, and print–almost daily to that page! Harvard Bookstore: Video Harvard Book Store’s virtual event series welcomes Golden Globe–winning, internationally renowned actor Gabriel Byrne for a discussion of his […]

ZeroZeroZero Hits the UK!

Prepare for some high octane, beautifully shot, and impeccably acted drama, you lucky people! ZeroZeroZero, the 8-episode series based on Roberto Saviano’s best-selling and hyper-real look at the world of cocaine smuggling, hits your screens on Thursday, February 4, on Sky Atlantic. Directed by Stefano Sollima (Gomorrah, Sicario: Day of […]

Walking With Ghosts in America

Amazon Alerts are so much fun! So, Byrneholics and others in the USA finally got their hands on Gabriel’s book. Here’s proof: And the reviews are rolling in as well: All good, several raves, and a few almost incandescent in their response. reviews Air Mail The Dubliner, by Dan Sheehan, […]