MAD TO BE NORMAL: Available Now!

I am working on postings for the IFTA Awards and The Late Late Show, organizing the tremendous response to Gabriel Byrne’s  red carpet and interview remarks, and trying to capture the best reactions to his visit to Dublin. So, all that good stuff should be ready very shortly. However, I […]

MAD TO BE NORMAL: New Video and Update!

Good news for fans in the United States: We’re ecstatic to announce #MadToBeNormal has been accepted into this year’s #NewportBeachFilmFest! @nbff #mtbnfilm 🙌🏻 #watchthisspace pic.twitter.com/MOH3VHRHmE — Mad To Be Normal (@madtobenormal) March 16, 2017 From Gizmo Film: Mad to be Normal (Previously titled ‘Metanoia’) is the story of controversial Scottish […]

MAD TO BE NORMAL: News and Pics!

Filming continues for Mad to be Normal, the new movie about psychiatrist R. D. Laing, in York, England, with sets that include the University of York and stately homes, including Scampston Hall in Malton, nearby. The film stars David Tennant in the lead role, with supporting cast including Gabriel Byrne, Elisabeth […]

MAD TO BE NORMAL: new film in production now!

It started out life as Metanoia, but now Gabriel Byrne’s latest film project has been re-titled Mad to be Normal and it begins production in Yorkshire, England today. As previously reported, the film stars David Tennant in the role of controversial Scottish psychiatrist, R.D. Laing, with support from actors Elisabeth […]

METANOIA: Background and Cast

Before he returns to Broadway in Long Day’s Journey Into Night this spring, Gabriel Byrne will take on a different kind of psychological study. Recently announced by Variety, Mr. Byrne has joined the cast of Metanoia, the new bio-pic of Scottish psychiatrist R. D. Laing, with David Tennant in the […]

New Film: METANOIA, biopic about R. D. Laing

Gabriel Byrne just does not stop! Variety reports today: Gabriel Byrne has joined the cast of R.D. Laing biopic “Metanoia” opposite David Tennant, Elizabeth Moss and Michael Gambon… “Metanoia” will be directed by Robert Mullan, produced by Charlotte Arden and Harriet Hammond, and executive produced by Phin Glynn and Peter […]