The Creative Works office offers a number of BYU-created documentaries on video that provide insights into the lives of remarkable individuals. Helen Foster Snow: Witness to a Revolution (2001, 56:46 min., $19.95) Filmed on location, this documentary chronicles Helen Foster Snow's 10-year sojourn in China in the 1930s. Having traveled there from Utah to research a novel, Snow witnessed the political chaos that eventually led to the rise of Mao Zedong, whom she personally knew. Crossing Borders: The Life and Works of Leslie Norris (2000, 56:46 min., $14.95) For years BYU literature students have admired the wit and charm of internationally celebrated author and teacher Leslie Norris, professor of English. In this biography Norris returns to his native Wales and discusses its tradition of storytelling and his own award-winning poetry and stories. The Faith of an Observer: Conversations with Hugh Nibley (1985, 52 min., $12.95) In this biographical film, Hugh W. Nibley, a BYU professor emeritus of ancient scripture, talks about his upbringing, spiritual growth, and views on subjects including war, education, wealth, and temples. INFO: 1-800-962-8061; creativeworks.byu.edu.