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Mark and Me Podcast
Category: Film Interviews
Mark and Me is a podcast that provides a place for Mark (Skip to the End Podcast) to discuss different topics within popular culture that interests him, with special guests along for the ride to tell their story. Visit us at www.markandme.com
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September 01, 2019 08:38 AM PDT

The Makeup Man.  

On this episode we speak to Craig Reardon. Craig Reardon is a make-up and special effects make-up artist who worked on the first season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. ... In 1993, Reardon won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Makeup for his work on the television show Square One TV.

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August 11, 2019 06:58 AM PDT

Godfathers of Hardcore.  

On this episode we speak to Emmy Nominated and Award winning Film, Commercial & Music Video Director / Producer / Editor Ian McFarland. Having started his career as a professionally touring musician and then a film editor, Ian brings a particular understanding of structure, music, pacing and emotion to his projects. He started touring the world in bands at an early age, performing at a wide range of venues: from punk rock parties in backyards and living rooms to major European Open Air Festivals.  In the past 10 years he has directed numerous music videos for Grammy-nominated international acts, created Emmy-nominated and award-winning films aired on VICE, ESPN, MTV & LOGO. He has also worked with top brands, ranging from BOSE and Fidelity to The Boston Celtics and Bank of America.

Ian discusses he latest new feature length documentary, “The Godfathers of Hardcore”, which is an intimate portrait of two of the most influential men in underground music, Roger Miret and Vinnie Stigma of the iconic New York hardcore punk rock band Agnostic Front.  The film has been on the festival circuit since November 2017 where is premiered at the DOCNYC 2017 Film Festival.  Since then it has gathered momentum screening and winning awards at multiple well known film festivals as well as receiving press / reviews from major publications like Rolling Stone and UPROXX.  

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July 28, 2019 10:12 AM PDT

The Shark is Broken. 

On this episode we speak to Ian Shaw. 

Ian's first role was in 1993 in an episode of Casualty. Since then he has appeared in the films Century, Moondance, The Boys From County Clare, The Contract, and Johnny English Reborn. He was also the narrator of House of Usher. He has also appeared in many TV series including EastEnders, Soldier, Soldier, The Bill, The Queen, Sharpe, Ultimate Force, Ghosts, Silent Witness and Medics. 

He is the son of actress Mary Ure and actor Robert Shaw. He is currently rehearsing The Shark Is Broken for the Edinburgh Festival, a play he has written along Joseph Nixon about the making of Jaws in which he plays his father as Quint.

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July 14, 2019 06:33 AM PDT


On this episode we speak to musician, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Zac Farro 
Zac is the drummer for the rock band Paramore and front member of the band HalfNoise.

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June 23, 2019 02:17 PM PDT

Force of Nature.

On this episode we speak to Cody Carpenter. Cody Carpenter is a third generation musician. His father, John Carpenter, is a director and composer and his mother, Adrienne Barbeau, is a star of film, television and the Broadway stage. His grandfather, Howard Carpenter, was a founding member of the Nashville Strings.

Cody was introduced to his first musical instrument around the age of three and has been playing and composing original music since. His most notable composing works include Cigarette Burns and Pro-Life in Showtime'sMasters of Horror (2005) movie series. ​In 2018, Cody joined his father and Daniel Davies in scoring the reboot ofHalloween.
Cody co-wrote, co-produced, and performed on the acclaimed Lost Themes (2015) and Lost Themes II (2016) with his father and Daniel Davies. From 2016-2018, Cody toured North America and Europe with his father and a 6 piece band, performing material from both Lost Themes albums and his father's films. ​
From 2012 to 2017, Cody released five instrumental progressive rock albums and one synthwave vocal album exclusively on Bandcamp. January of 2018 saw the release of Cody's first non-Bandcamp exclusive album entitledCody Carpenter's Interdependence, featuring a host of guest musicians such as Jimmy Haslip and Virgil Donati.
In the spring of 2018, Cody, working with composer Mark Day, released Shadow Spirits Vol. 1, a chiptune video game soundtrack to a game that never was. In the summer of 2018, Cody released his first album under the moniker Ludrium, his vocal synth-pop alter ego, titled Reflections.

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May 25, 2019 09:00 AM PDT

Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation. 

On this episode we speak to Funeral For A Friend singer Matthew Davies-Kreye. Funeral for a Friend were a Welsh post-hardcore band from Bridgend, formed in 2001. 

Funeral for a Friend's popularity rose in the United Kingdom with the release of their debut album, Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation. Achieving both a gold certification and three top twenty singles in their home country, Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation is often acclaimed as one of the landmark emo records of the 2000s. Hours featured a similar musical style to their debut, but also featured more melodic sensibilities, and Tales Don't Tell Themselves showed an evolution in Funeral for a Friend's musical style from the style which defined their debut, as the group began to diverge from their use of screaming vocals and post-hardcore influenced guitars, favouring a more melodic rock influence. 

Funeral for a Friend self-released their fourth album, Memory and Humanity through their short-lived record label Join Us, the album arguably being their most eclectic to date. Following this the band tied themselves to other independent labels for Welcome Home Armageddon, Conduit, and Chapter and Verse, which showed the band returning to the more metal and hardcore influenced style of their earlier work. In September 2015 they announced their break-up and final tour in 2016. 

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April 21, 2019 08:00 AM PDT


On this episode we speak to American actor and voice actor Ron Perlman. He played the role of Vincent on the television series Beauty and the Beast, for which he won a Golden Globe Award, the comic book character Hellboy in both Hellboy and its sequel Hellboy II: The Golden Army, and Clay Morrow on the television series Sons of Anarchy.

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April 14, 2019 06:00 AM PDT

37 in a row. 

On this episode we speak to actress Marilyn Ghigliotti

Marilyn Ghigliotti comes from a Puerto Rican family background born in New York to Jeronimo and Luisa Ghigliotti and and raised in NY, Long Island and New Jersey. This Jersey New Yorican had to learn to survive many moves and many changes in surrounding cultures.

Marilyn got started late when it comes to acting, while going through life changes and decided to at least start to study acting at the Actors Training Institute in Red Bank New Jersey with John Eyd, a member of the Actors Studio in New York, where he brought those same techniques to New Jersey.

After studying for about 2 years, Marilyn then felt confident enough to start auditioning in the community theater circuit in Southern New Jersey, appearing in many classic plays. Being a middle child and after appearing in her first production and standing on that stage where people were actually listening to her words instead of being ignored as most middle children feel, she was hooked. During one of these many plays, is also where she met Brian before the two auditioned and landed their parts in Kevin Smith's Clerks.

Since moving to LA, Marilyn has worked as a freelance hair and makeup artist as well as keeping busy working both in front and behind the camera with hair and makeup, producing, and anywhere help was needed.

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April 04, 2019 09:21 AM PDT

Picture This.

On this episode we speak to Los Angeles based photographer and creative director Lindsey Byrnes 
Lindsey who freelances in time travel, world exploration and directional marketing. When it was discovered that Lindsey was an uncredited hand clapper on an Grammy Nominated album her representatives said that they cannot deny these allegations. 

Lindsey's specialty is her unique ability to blend in while simultaneously standing out.Along with documenting life of those around her she is an established commercial photographer and creative director with a pethora of campaigns under her belt for the likes of Chanel, Nylon, Hard Rock Cafe, Rolling Stone, Marie Claire, The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Wildfang, Good Dye Young and many others. 

View more of Lindsey's work here www.lindseybyrnes.com

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March 24, 2019 12:00 PM PDT

My Hero

On this episode we speak to American actor, author, businessman, producer, and director Steve Guttenberg. Steve starred in 1984's Police Academy, and went on to perform in lead roles in Hollywood films of the 1980s, including Cocoon, Three Men and a Baby, Three Men and a Little Lady and Short Circuit.

This is a world exclusive podcast interview and I am so proud to be able to have recorded this for you all

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