MICKEY BLUE EYES
Director KELLY MAKIN was born and raised
in Canada, where he began directing Super 8 comedies at the age
of nine. He went to film school at Toronto's Ryerson Institute
and graduated in 1984 with numerous film awards.
Makin's professional film career began as an assistant in the
editing room, where he quickly worked his way up to editor and,
eventually, director on various television commercials and series.
Kelly's big break came in 1992 when he was asked to direct six
episodes of Lorne Michael's acclaimed HBO/CBS television series
"The Kids in the Hall." His work with the celebrated
comedy troupe was so successful he continued with the show, directing
an additional 22 episodes, until its final year.
This collaboration led to Makin directing the feature film "The
Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy," which was released in 1996.
More recently Makin has directed commercials and rock videos and
has co-written the feature film "Welcome to Africa."
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