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Mark Borchardt

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mark Borchardt (born August 20, 1966) is an American independent filmmaker. He is best known as the subject of the 1999 film American Movie: The Making of Northwestern, which documented two years he spent writing, shooting and editing his horror short, Coven (1997). Description above from the Wikipedia article Mark Borchardt, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​

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Aug 20, 1966 In Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the series Family Guy 1999-01-31
Latest Project:
Movie California Dreams 2017-03-11
Known For
Poster of The Hagstone Demon
Poster of The Amateur Monster Movie
Poster of American Movie
Poster of Family Guy
Movie California Dreams Mark 2017-03-11
Movie China Test Girls Martin Milo 2014-12-31
Movie The Amateur Monster Movie Mr. Englan 2011-01-01
Movie The Hagstone Demon Douglas Elmore 2011-09-27
Movie Modus Operandi Dallas Deacon 2010-09-10
Movie Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever Herman 2009-08-11
Movie Tapioca Harve 2009-03-24
Movie The Devil's Muse Floyd 2007-01-16
Movie Horror Business Himself 2005-01-01
Movie The Godfather of Green Bay Skeeter 2005-04-20
Movie Abby Singer Mark Borchardt 2003-10-28
Movie Britney, Baby, One More Time Dude Schmitz 2002-01-01
Movie The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees Himself 2002-07-23
Movie The One Cesar 2001-11-02
Movie The Tunnel Lincoln 2001-11-17
Movie Coven Mike 2000-03-31
Series Family Guy Unknown 1999-01-31
Movie American Movie Filmmaker 1999-11-05