Graham Killeen

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Graham Killeen
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Writer/Director Graham Killeen
Born Graham John Killeen
Occupation screenwriter
film director
film producer
Spouse(s) Mercedes Hacker
Awards 2006 Best Milwaukee Filmmaker

Graham Killeen (born 1980) is an American independent filmmaker. He is best known as the writer-director of Six Bullets, a short film that premiered at the NYC Downtown Film Festival in 2007.[1] He won the Shepherd Express Best of Milwaukee 2006 award for "Best Milwaukee Filmmaker."[2] Currently he is working on a feature-length drama titled 355 for the film company Signal Fire Films.[3]

Killeen was born and raised in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area, being raised in the suburban communities of Newburg and West Bend[disambiguation needed]. He holds a bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, having graduated in 2007. Killeen is a film critic for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.[4]


Related links[edit]

Graham Killeen at the Internet Movie Database