When filmmaker Jason Russell's video about Uganda's Joseph Kony went viral and ignited a worldwide movement, what he wanted for so long became what almost destroyed him. He speaks to TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager about the breakdown he suffered just 10 days after the release of "KONY 2012." (TODAY)
Nakoula Besseley Nakoula, suspected of producing a recent anti-Islam film, is taken in for questioning in Cerritos, Calif. MSNBC's Alex Witt and MSNBC contributor Ret. Col. Jack Jacobs discuss. (msnbc)
Splicing together footage from 20 years ago and today, Jeremiah McDonald portrays himself as a 12-year-old interviewing his present-day self, and having to field some awkward questions about where his childhood pets are today. (TODAY)
Jason Russell, the filmmaker behind the viral "Kony 2012" campaign, talks with TODAY's Ann Curry about why the video has moved so many young people, and assures her that his social movement is not merely "slacktivism." (TODAY)
Jehane Noujaim, an American-Egyptian filmmaker, has been released by Egyptian authorities after being arrested while covering protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square. NBC News spoke with her following her release.