Quiet Heat

Well, first we had “hot water” and now we’ve got “quiet heat.” Things are getting warm in here for sure! The Envelope at the LA Times is talking Emmy Awards. They posted an article today about one of the contenders for best actor in a drama, our own Gabriel Byrne, […]

“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 […]

The Venice Magazine Interview, April 2009

Lots about In Treatment. And getting his career started. And working with the early directors–Boorman, Russell, and the Coen Brothers–and the later ones, too. Oh, and lots about In Treatment… This is a lengthy, illuminating, and wonderful interview! Excerpt (about the David Cronenberg film, Spider): There was one point where […]

In Memoriam: Natasha Richardson

A shining light. A bright presence. Upper crust and also crusty. Full of life, of energy, and bright dreams. Now gone. Ms. Richardson’s first important film role was Mary Shelley in Ken Russell’s Gothic, which also starred Gabriel Byrne, Julian Sands, and Timothy Spall. Read Ken Russell’s tribute to herĀ and […]

A Note about the Future from Brendan Gleeson

In a March 9 interview at Independent.ie, Brendan Gleeson talks about his latest film, the health care situation in Ireland, and his next project: He’s also in the midst of something he holds dear to his heart — a screen adaptation of Flann O’ Brien’s classic novel At Swim-Two-Birds. “I […]

Stories from Home

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