(Adapted from an article in COFAC Today by Wanda Haskel, Spring 2017.) With the shocking increase in campus shootings since the unthinkable massacre at Virginia Tech in 2007, colleges and universities across the USA are focusing more resources on preparedness. Towson University is no exception. A film made for the university and produced by Marco […]
Gray Memories follows “The Man” (Ken Vorspan) on his existential journey through the backstreets of Cambridge, Massachusetts in search of the mysterious “Leon”. Will his quest be realized or is Leon just another figment of The Man’s imagination?
The Challenge: Many of our clients require slide presentations as training materials or as speaker support and they’re looking to get away from the dreaded “Death by PowerPoint” experience. Our Solution: We work with our clients to develop a narrative, develop design and layout solutions, and create infographics and data visualizations so that the audience […]
The Challenge: How to present an engaging arts and lifestyle magazine television series in a top 50 market where the main competitor is not similar shows on local television, but streaming-video via the Internet. Our Solution: MKCREATIVE put together a large team of seasoned television production, animation, and production specialists to produce a television pilot […]
Educators! Bring history to life in your classroom with this PBS LearningMedia webinar featuring documentary filmmaker, Ken Burns, live-streamed last year. Read more about the webinar and watch a recording of it here.
The Challenge: The Knowledge Fountain offers not-for-profit organizations a spectrum of short courses online covering fundraising, communications, organizational development, social media, and productivity software. It is a start-up venture co-founded by MKCREATIVE owner, Marco Kathuria and Don Akchin, of Don Akchin Strategic Marketing. The startup was looking for a cost-effective way to tell it’s story […]
This is a repost of an article that originally appeared on the MKCREATIVE blog in May, 2010. The business/education/PR presentation got a boost in the ’90s when Microsoft PowerPoint gave us the opportunity to turn the staid lecture (from Lectio, ‘to read’) into a multi-media extravaganza of bullet points and pie charts and popping 15-point […]
Brainwashing comes in many forms…even talk radio and right-wing media. THE BRAINWASHING OF MY DAD is going to have its film festival world premiere at the prestigious Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, CA. If you live in California, we hope you’ll make the trek out to support Jen Senko’s film and see it on […]