Other Men Need Help is an award-winning podcast about the emblems, habits, and struts in the male performance.
In each episode, Mark Pagan dissects the ways "other men" avoid accountability, cling to power, mask insecurities, and quietly scream for connection. Other Men Need Help shares these personal tales using a playful format of documentary, essay, and archive-based storytelling.
Mark Pagán (host/producer)is an award-winning film and podcast producer, storyteller, writer, educator, and former b-boy. His work and performances have been shown at festivals and shows worldwide including Slamdance Film Festival, Arizona International Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival, Panoply's Family Ghosts, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Charleston Comedy Festival, FRIGID Festival, RISK!, The Moth, Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater, Story Collider, and Magnet Theater.
Early Crush: Sigourney Weaver – yesterday, today, tomorrow.
Caitlin Mae Burke (producer) is an Emmy and Grand Clio award-winning producer of long and short films about things that have happened, are happening, or haven't exactly happened. She also produces non-fiction television, branded content, and apparently this podcast. Her film work has screened and won awards at Sundance, Tribeca, the Museum of Modern Art, True/False, BAMcinemafest, AFI DOCS, CPH:DOX, The Museum of the Moving Image, and in movie theaters internationally. Caitlin's work as a producer and director has been broadcast on ABC, CNBC, Discovery Networks, ESPN, Field of Vision, OWN, TLC and YouTube Red. In 2018, she was selected for Berlinale Talents, a prestigious annual summit and networking platform. She lives in Brooklyn with a slew of dead pets.
Early Crush: When I was a teensy child my favorite muppet was Guy Smiley. He had a cool job, good energy, and was a snazzy dresser.
Rebecca Seidel (associate producer) is an NYC-based writer, radio producer, and explorer. Born & raised in Queens, she’s currently a curator for Spoke, a new audio app from SiriusXM. Ask her for podcast recommendations or fun facts about the subway.
Early Crush: Billie Joe Armstrong, the singer from Green Day. He was my introduction to angst and eyeliner, two things that continue to be very important in my life.
Ben Goldberg is a producer, editor, and writer for both audio and video. Originally from Buffalo, NY and now based in Brooklyn, he is currently working at the film post-production house OneDotZero Post. Ben is an avid storyteller who is passionate about social justice, new media, and the Monster Mash.
Early Crush: Zachary Levi from Chuck. Just badass enough to be cool but silly and incompetent enough to not be intimidating in any way whatsoever–what more could you ask for?