Kevin Marks

Kevin Marks

Kevin Marks has been the Creative Arts Director for The Highway Community since 2001. He is also the Creative Director of Highway Media, a non-profit production company focused on spiritual filmmaking.

The Proximity Problem - Hank and Asha

Kevin Marks
The Proximity Problem - Hank and Asha
In Hank and Asha, we have a wonderful example of friends who become lovers (sort of), but remain true to themselves. Theirs is a technology of learning and exposure, not of cloaking and artifice...

Terrence Malick At Taco Bell

Kevin Marks
Terrence Malick At Taco Bell
A conversation between Terrance Malick and the marketing team at Taco Bell.

The Master and the Art of Ministry

Kevin Marks
The Master and the Art of Ministry
The Master is a frank look at "the least of these," and is actually a portrait of ministry in action, even if the minister in this case is selling nonsense in the end...

Flux Capacity: Back to the Future and Our Present-Time Conundrum

Kevin Marks
Flux Capacity: Back to the Future and Our Present-Time Conundrum
When Marty gets sucked back in time in the now-famous DeLorean, he and his mentor Doc Brown, have a sense that although their lives are imperfect back in the present, it’s best not to mess with the true unfolding of events in time. This is an illustration of humans having eternity ‘set in their hearts’ so to speak, looking at the imperfections of life, but somehow knowing there is a sacred narrative being played out amidst all the incongruity...

The Dark Knight of the Soul

Kevin Marks
The Dark Knight of the Soul
How does one beat the devil at the game he invented? Arthur suggests burning down the forest where the devil lays his head at night, because for some men a sinister motivation doesn't satisfy their hunger, it only creates a desire for more evil and violence. The answer for Bruce Wayne is to become the monster that so easily kills without prejudice. Batman, a creature of the night anyway, becomes now 'the dark knight...'

Be Somebody: The Talented Mr. Ripley and the Electronic Persona

Kevin Marks
Be Somebody: The Talented Mr. Ripley and the Electronic Persona
What are our online personas, our electronic alter-egos? While they may not be the outward embodiments of our ideals and dreams, nor Tom Ripley-level deviance, they are toned-down, rated PG modules of the yearning things that lie within. What else would drive a person to photograph their dinner plate as if it's newsworthy?
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