2.Keeping Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream Alive
3.Then and Now With Thora Birch
4.Still Stuntin’ After All These Years
5.The Day Popcorn Was Banned at the Movies
6.The Puppeteer Behind ‘Star Wars’
7.Meet the Steven Spielberg of Wakaliwood
8.Flexweave: Technology Driven by Technique
9.The Last Steps | Trailer
10.The Last Traditional Tattoo Artist in the Philippines
11.Rewriting the Superhero Story Through Cosplay
12.The Architectural Wonders of Thailand’s White Temple
13.Tour a Tranquil Buddhist Temple of Giant Statues
14.Who Invented the Bicycle Kick?
15.The Healing Properties of South Korea’s Bamboo Salt
16.Relive Your Childhood at the ‘Museum of Play’
17.Growing Coffee In the Shadow of a Volcano
18.Like Volleyball With Your Feet: The Korean Sport of Jokgu
19.Hollywood Has Nothing on These Chilean WWII Reenactors
20.Dancing Without Sound, Performing Without Sight
21.The Technicolor Hair Salon Helping Everyone Shine Bright
22.This NASA Genius Invented the Super Soaker
23.Patrolling the Most Dangerous Beach in the World
24.In the Company of Heroes
25.Sri Lanka’s First All-Female Surf Club
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 film is by InA Choi.
When Monk Daehae, a Buddhist monk who lives in Gyeongsan, Korea, first told people she would make a movie, no one believed her. But what she lacked in formal training and industry connections, she more than made up for in conviction and fearlessness. Go on set with Monk Daehae as she collaborates with cast and crew to bring her compassionate vision to the big screen.
This Great Big Story was inspired by Genesis.
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