Kieran Galvin

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Kieran Galvin (born 5 May 1966) is an Irish-born Australian film director and screenwriter.[1] He wrote and directed four award-winning short films (The Burning Boy, Bad Ass Mono-Winged Angel, Contact, Other People) before he made his debut feature film (as writer and director), Puppy in 2005. Also in 2005 he was commissioned to write the thriller Feed for American film director Brett Leonard (Virtuosity, Lawnmower Man, Man-Thing).[2] He is an atheist.[3] In 2017, his first novel Five Monkeys; Gender Bending Suspense, Sex & Satire, was published by Double Five Books.


  1. ^ "Puppy Love" by Rachael Turk, Inside Film, Issue No. 80, September 2005.
  2. ^ IMDB, Melbourne Independent Filmmakers, Australian Film Commission directory
  3. ^ Kieran Galvin, Melbourne Independent Filmmakers profile

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