15.A Dyeing Tradition
16.Eating (and Breathing) Dragon’s Beard in Singapore
17.Carrying On the Blacksmith’s Torch
18.New York’s Electric Taxis in 1895
19.A Tasty Tale: The Real Story Behind General Tso's Chicken
20.Making the Thinnest Sheet of Paper in the World
21.Ethiopia’s Chapel in the Sky
22.The Last Traditional Tattoo Artist in the Philippines
23.In Korea, a Buddhist Monk Makes Movies
24.The Kings of Cork
25.The Gardens Behind Monet’s Masterpieces
26.The Reindeer Herders of Mongolia
We partnered with Genesis to mentor and celebrate the next generation of filmmakers. Now we’re proud to share our two student film fellows’ short documentaries, which screened in Busan, South Korea, and at the 2018 Austin Film Festival. This short film is by Edward Hancox.
The beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire can be a tough place to live—unless you happen to like temperatures that drop as low as -100F with wind chill. But the unthinkably frigid winter isn’t without its magic. For the last four years, a team of artists and engineers has constructed a massive ice castle that lasts until the weather warms. And this winter, amidst a tough time at home, two sisters visit the castle in search of a little wonder.
This Great Big Story was inspired by Genesis.
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