“I, Anna” at London Film Festival + Reviews!

After months on the festival circuit (Berlin, Sydney, Locarno, Vancouver), I, Anna finally made it home to London and the Red Carpet of the 56th BFI London Film Festival, premiering there on October 14, as part of the “Thrill” section. The whole crew was on hand for the festivities this […]

“All Things to All Men”

Updated October 27: CinemaBlend.com reports: On paper, All Things to All Men sounds like the next Guy Ritchie movie. It’s being described as a fast-paced, London-based crime thriller, with one character trapped in a dangerous cat-and-mouse game being waged between a police chief and a crime lord. Throw in some […]

Culture and Activism: Gabriel Byrne Represents and Inspires

Updated: More news from Irish Central Ireland’s Cultural Ambassador, Gabriel Byrne has vowed to support a campaign in London to save the Irish Cultural center in Hammersmith, which has been threatened with closure after the local council announced plans to sell off it’s building, once the current lease expires. In […]

BFI London Film Festival 2010

As reported here earlier, Gabriel Byrne served on the Best Film jury, which was chaired by Patricia Clarkson. The awards were handed out on October 27. The award for Best Film was presented to director Alexei Popogrebsky for How I Ended This Summer by the jury chair Patricia Clarkson, who […]