Mark Borchardt

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​
    Known for
    Acting
    Place of birth
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
    Birthday
    8/20/1966
Coven
Coven
5.3
American Movie
American Movie
7.6
The Hagstone Demon
The Hagstone Demon
6.4
California Dreams
California Dreams
6.3
The Dundee Project
The Dundee Project
5.7
Britney, Baby, One More Time
Britney, Baby, One More Time
5
Night of the Living Dead: Live from Wisconsin - Hosted by Mark & Mike
Night of the Living Dead: Live from Wisconsin - Hosted by Mark & Mike
8
Silently Steal Away
Silently Steal Away
3
Mutilated Movies
Mutilated Movies
0
Horror Business
Horror Business
5.5
Modus Operandi
Modus Operandi
7.1
The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees
The Many Lives of Jason Voorhees
8
The Tunnel
The Tunnel
0
Living Arrangements
Living Arrangements
10
At the Park by the Creek
At the Park by the Creek
0
Black Licorice
Black Licorice
0
Who Is Bill Rebane?
Who Is Bill Rebane?
5.5
Tapioca
6
The Field
The Field
5.2
Here Comes Rusty
Here Comes Rusty
5
Small Town Wisconsin
Small Town Wisconsin
6.5
The Devil's Muse
2.3
Hamlet A.D.D.
Hamlet A.D.D.
6
The One
The One
6.1
Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever
Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever
4.5
Bitcon
Bitcon
4.3
The Godfather of Green Bay
The Godfather of Green Bay
3.6
The Amateur Monster Movie
5.1
Lycanimator
Lycanimator
2
Abby Singer
Abby Singer
4.5
Faith Based
Faith Based
5.1
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