Short Films Written and Directed by James Byrne 

"Mist On the River"  In this moody, dream-like drama, a couple struggles with the pain and the paradox of splitting up despite the
  lingering persistence of love. Starring Vanessa Wilson, Erik Hoover, and Reyna Rios.  World premiere at Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival, April 16, 2016, at 3:oo PM.

"Madison", A bar band singer on the run teams up with a loser with delusions of grandeur on an 
  odd couple road trip, starring Catherine Johnson Justice and Billy Mullaney.

"The Light of Each New Day"  An over zealous book collector struggles to keep her life from spinning out of control.  This film premiered at the 2015 Minneapolis St. Paul Film Festival

"​Dreamer" stars Tracey Maloney and Robert O. Berdahl in an existential romantic comedy.  Trust issues, 
 new boyfriend issues, and issue-issues boil to the surface when a performance artist meets a tax assessor.

"Trade For Magic"  An introspective mother and wife navigates a series of whimsical dilemmas. Won Best Short Drama 2012 Highway 61 Film Festival, starring Emily Logan Dooley and Laura Esping.  

"Rotations of the Earth"  Carolyn Pool won Best Actress in a Short Film at the 2011 SoCal Film Festival 
 for her performance, and also stars Peter Moore in a drama about loss and reconciliation. 

"Trouble Light"    A frustrated filmmaker tries to make a new friend starring Kathryn Lawrey, John Skelley, and Christine Weber.     





    Ninety-Nine Pages
            Dreamer
        Trade For Magic
 Rotations of the Earth
          Great Lakes
  The new piece that I'm working on now is a series of six, large scale, site specific video projections on building walls up and down 4th Street in downtown St. Paul. 

  This public art project will be on view to residents, pedestrians, Green Line light rail passengers, and general audiences.  My goal is to infuse the street level experience with light, color, movement, and content.  I hope these images challenge and delight all those who pass by.  No screens are needed. Architecture is the screen.                    
                                                                                                  See photos of potential sites in St. Paul to the right...
 Some proposed sites for
 "Positively Fourth Street",
a series of projections for
St. Paul's 4th St. Market District.