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: Canadian Press

The Canadian press has been enthusiastic and full of praise for Gabriel’s new film. After all, Leonard Cohen is an icon in Montreal, where much of the movie was filmed, and Matt Bissonnette is a home-grown Canadian director. One might think Canadian journalists would be predisposed to simply say “Home […]

Premiere of DEATH OF A LADIES’ MAN at Cinequest

When first hearing that Death of a Ladies’ Man would be available on March 12 “everywhere,” my heart leapt. Finally! But no. Everywhere turned out to be Canada. Dang. I have cleaned up my real response because this is generally a G-Rated website. Help was on the way, though! Cinequest […]

DEATH OF A LADIES’ MAN at Edmonton Film Festival

Gabriel Byrne’s latest film, Death of a Ladies’ Man, is screening and streaming (!) at the Calgary Film Festival NOW as part of the festival’s Official Selection, so all you lucky Canadians (in specific provinces) should click that link and take a look! At the Edmonton International Film Festival, this […]

Death of a Ladies’ Man: An Update

The official selection at Cannes 2020 was just recently announced, so that festival is going on in spite of the pandemic, world unrest, and other global turmoils. And that’s a good thing! We need films and stories now more than ever, don’t we? Celluloid Dreams, the French film production and […]

The Byrne-ing News, April 2018 Edition

Happy Spring! Here is more Byrne-ing News for you: mostly updates on film projects, with a few special items, too. Read to the end for a late-breaking treat. You won’t be sorry! wink Now Playing Into the Night Into The Night: Portraits of Life and Death premiered on PBS in […]