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Mark Burman, Producer: The Thirst: Blood War. Mark Burman was born on July 22, 1964 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is a producer and writer, known for The Thirst: Blood War (2008), Ricky Rosen's Bar Mitzvah (1995) and The Spreading Ground (2000).


Current Appointment Dr. Mark Burman. Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, McGill University. Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon, MUHC / Montreal General Hospital Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon, Shriners Hospital for Children Attending Orthopaedic Surgeon, Lasalle General Hospital Attending Orthopaedic  ...

Jan 6, 2014 ... Mark Burman, producer of Voodoo Possession, sparked the idea to make a horror movie about voodoo because we hadn't seen one in a long time. Voodoo Possession...


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Burman, Mark MD. Legend. APPT: Appointment; CLI: Clinic; LACH: Lachine Hospital; MCH: Montreal Children's Hospital; MCI: Montreal Chest Institute; MGH: Montreal General Hospital; MNH: Montreal Neurological Institute; RVH: Royal Victoria Hospital; Glen: Glen Site. Please note that the main MUHC telephone number ...


Mark Burman thought he was going to make movies until he heard a classic Charles Parker radio ballad which stopped him in his tracks. Specializing in radio for his degree at the Polytechnic of Central London, he graduated in 1985. He then spent two years founding an oral history project with Alan Dein. From 1989 he ...