‘Night Train to Lisbon’ Region 1 DVD Release News

Night Train to Lisbon will be released on Region 1 DVD in the USA on December 17, 2013. Pre-order now from Amazon.com

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Night Train to Lisbon is out on Blu-ray and DVD in Germany as of 30 September 2013.

Jeremy Irons in Greece for ‘Night Train to Lisbon’ Premiere

Jeremy Irons and director Billie August attended a press conference to discuss their film Night Train to Lisbon, ahead of the Greek premiere of the film at 8:30pm, Friday 20 September, at the Athens Concert Hall (Megaron Mousikis).

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Jeremy Irons Presents ‘Trashed’ to French National Assembly

Jeremy Irons presented his documentary Trashed to the French National Assembly on Wednesday 18 September 2013.

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Jeremy Irons to attend TIFF Lightbox Events

Jeremy Irons introduces a screening of Dead Ringers

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Thursday October 31
6:30 PM

 

Part of  From Within: The Films of David Cronenberg

We are honoured to welcome Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons to introduce our screening of his first collaboration with David Cronenberg.

Get Tickets: 416.599.TIFF | 1.888.599.8433

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Friday November 1 at  7:00 PM

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Special Events – In Conversation With…Jeremy Irons

One of the most esteemed actors in contemporary cinema, Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons (Reversal of Fortune, The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Elizabeth I) joins us at TIFF Bell Lightbox to look back at his impressive career and discuss his collaboration with David Cronenberg on Dead Ringers and M. Butterfly.

Get Tickets: 416.599.TIFF | 1.888.599.8433

Jeremy Irons – PBS Thirteen Pioneer

Jeremy Irons talks about first being a part of PBS in “Brideshead Revisited”…

Click on the link below to watch Jeremy’s video

http://video.kqed.org/video/2365077882/

Jeremy Irons at NUI Galway Lit & Debate Society

On 12 September 2013, Jeremy Irons opened the 167th Season of the Literary and Debating Society of NUI Galway.

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Photo via Abel G.C. @Sai_Deschain on Instagram

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Jeremy Irons narrates ‘Angel Heart: A Music Storybook’

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This title was released on September 24, 2013.
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Listen to audio samples HERE.

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Drawing on the tradition of great music-and-story works like Peter and the Wolf, Angel Heart is a music storybook in deluxe CD packaging, featuring best-selling young-adult author Cornelia Funke (Inkheart), and composer Luna Pearl Woolf (AprÚs moi, le déluge) with an A-list cast of performers such as Jeremy Irons, Matt Haimovitz & Uccello, Frederica von Stade and more, with artwork by the award-winning Mirada.
The story: A girl whose heart has broken into a thousand pieces meets an angel. During their travels in the night, the angel enlists the help of spirits of the East, North, West, and South on his quest to mend her heart.
In addition to Angel Heart, (story by Cornelia Funke, music by Luna Pearl Woolf, narrated by Jeremy Irons); the work combines well known songs from The Beatles, classical music and folk music. The visual storytelling design is by Mirada, a multi-platform company that was founded by Mathew Cullen and Pan’s Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro.

Product Details

Orchestra: Uccello, Childrens Choir of St. Martin de Porres School
Conductor: Michael Morgan
Composer: Luna Pearl Woolf (composer), Cornelia Funke (author)
Audio CD (September 24, 2013)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: OXINGALE RECORDS
ASIN: B00E4V0BUA
In-Print Editions: MP3 Music

Jeremy Irons Opens ‘Books Are My Bag’ at Whyte Books

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Jeremy Irons - Celebrity Supporter of @BooksAreMyBag

Jeremy Irons – Celebrity Supporter of @BooksAreMyBag

Jeremy Irons will be opening the Books Are My Bag party on Saturday, September 14th, at Whyte Books in Schull, Co. Cork, Ireland at 2:30pm.

This is the biggest ever campaign in support of a seriously endangered species – your local bookshop!

For more information: Whyte Books – The Bookshop in Schull, Main Street, Schull County Cork. Telephone : 028 27606 email : info @whytebooks.com

Follow Whyte Books on Twitter @WhyteBooksSchul and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WhyteBooks

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Jeremy Irons at A Taste of West Cork Food Festival

Jeremy Irons was in West Cork on Friday 6 September and Saturday 7 September for the Belling Food Awards, as part of A Taste of West Cork Food Festival, which runs from 6-15 September 2013.

He read Seamus Heaney’s poem “Digging”.

On Friday night, he dined at Sage Restaurant in Midleton.

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Jeremy Irons, Helen Collins, John Field and Sinead Cusack at the Belling Forum at the West Cork Hotel on Saturday afternoon. Photo via A Taste of West Cork on Facebook

Jeremy Irons, Helen Collins, John Field and Sinead Cusack at the Belling Forum at the West Cork Hotel on Saturday afternoon. Photo via A Taste of West Cork on Facebook

David Puttnam and Jeremy Irons, at the Bellings Dinner. Photo via A Taste of West Cork on Facebook

David Puttnam and Jeremy Irons, at the Bellings Dinner. Photo via A Taste of West Cork on Facebook

Jeremy Irons and Micheal Burke

Jeremy Irons and Micheal Burke

Information from www.corkchamber.ie

THE BELLING FORUM
SATURDAY 07 SEPTEMBER WEST CORK HOTEL SKIBBEREEN AT 2 P M

West Cork is viewed as an authentic place, very beautiful, largely unspoilt, with a diverse, eclectic and innovative population. These are among the “magic” ingredients that make up the experience that is West Cork.

The region is seen both nationally and internationally as a very desirable place both to live in and to visit where one would expect to experience a genuine way of life, a clean and magnificent environment, the best of food, the best of art and crafts, and a resourceful intelligent and inventive people well accustomed to multitasking.

It is argued that the present and future development of West Cork lies in the business of:
1. Growing and food production (both land and sea)
2. Delivery of education
3. Tourism
4. High Tech

All of those who live in West Cork or visit regularly can readily see the destructive hand of recession and the despair of bank debt and emigration. It is time to fight back!

As part of the Taste of West Cork Festival, the Belling Food Awards Committee will host a Forum in the West Cork Hotel on Saturday 07 September at 2 p m. entitled “Joining Together – how to achieve universal recognition for the West Cork Region”. This initiative will be a ‘think tank’ from which will be compiled a five year action plan (with the emphasis on action!) supported and promoted by A Taste of West Cork, The Belling Awards Committee and its various partners going forward. The Forum will be addressed by 15 representative speakers who will present each of their proposals in a strict time frame of five minutes each.
The Forum will then be open to all attendees for further discussion.

Speakers at the Forum will include:

Professor Peter Jones of UCC, Lord David Puttnam, Mr Eoin McGonigal, Chairman of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Valerie Kingston of Glenilen Farm, Food Writer Joe McNamee of the Irish Examiner, Des O’Dowd of Inchydoney Hotel, Madeline McKeever of Brown Envelope Seeds, Jean Perry of Glebe Gardens, Giana Ferguson of Gubbeen Farm, Avril Allshire of Caherbeg Free-range Pork, Alison Ospina of the Craft Council, Guy Watson of Riverford Farm, a representative of Shellfish de la Mer and a representative of Cork County Council. The Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney is expected along also with some surprise guests. A number of public representatives will be in the audience to include all our local TDs and the MD of Supervalu/Centra Martin Kelleher. It is hoped that there will be a rigorous discussion as to how West Cork will go forward to gain universal recognition. The Conference will be recorded, the ideas collected and a plan put in place to implement the development of this blueprint for West Cork.

http://www.atasteofwestcork.com or email info@atasteofwestcork.com

Jeremy Irons narrates ‘Change’ for the Bela Initiative

The Bela Initiative – an alliance where organisations, individuals, businesses and entrepreneurs can join to collaborate, share information and experience—both to give and to receive in ways that empower oneself or others to develop a clear purpose to serve the whole. To enable a world that works for everyone.

Read more about the Bela Initiative.

Watch the short film, narrated by Jeremy Irons: