For Joisel, choosing origami as his medium was a bit like falling in love.
From Tolkein to Dungeons & Dragons, Joisel often found inspiration in the fantastical.
For Joisel, his creations were like children, and parting with them cause for suffering.
Joisel's origami seashell is magnificently faithful to the real thing - inside and out.
Via prison telephone, Cyntoia recounts her past choices and hopes for a better future.
Center Point, TX was a "safe haven" for African Americans, with rich musical traditions.
Conrad's classmate, Robert Mims, believed students generally approved of desegregation.
What's happened to the Spirit of Goodwill band musicians since their big performance?
For Conrad - truly the embodiment of "Amazing Grace" - creativity is essential.
How has the earthquake impacted the already dire lives of Haiti's orphans?
On the championship tour, friendships flourish and stereotypes are dispelled.
Both gospel service and creekside chatter give the town it's rhythms and refrains.
Historian Jean Meyer describes how notions of revolution, history, and memory inform the film.
Step into a virtual mining town in Second Life.
What's your calling? What do you do to make your world a better place?
Hal Riney describes the innovative Saturn car campaign.
Abu Jandal on becoming a Jihadi and being Osama bin Laden’s bodyguard.
In 1940s Three Rivers, segregation extended from town to cemetery.
"Welcome to the CPL, life in a nutshell. Could be heaven, could be hell."
Gay Palestinian Boody talks about the threats he received on the U.S. screening tour of the film.
Is imitation sincerely flattery, or could it be an insidious form of mockery?
The filmmakers catch up with the girls to find out what has happened to them.
A young black entrepreneur in 1920 Paris brought African American jazz musicians to Montmartre.
When the crops dry up and the neighbors move away, rural schools struggle to stay open.
Reenacting an historically controversial event can challenge the documentary standard of objectivity.
Visit a school where American kids are taught social studies, math, and science entirely in Chinese.
An exceptional young man chooses to learn his native language and plans one day to lead his tribe.
Single parenthood becomes even more complicated when the parent is a father, and that father is gay.
Pat has never had traditional health insurance.