The movie was called "Between The Folds" by director Vanessa Gould.
You can watch the video here: http://www.greenfusefilms.com/
The movie won eight awards!
"Finding Inspiration in Unexpected Places"
Origami is one square folded, no scissors, tape or glue. After hearing that sentence it is amazing what the artists can create without tape or glue to hold it together. I don't want to give too much of the movie away so I will list some of the artists. I thought it was an intriguing video and I recommend watching it. I wish the movie put on the screen each artist's name so I could find them easier.
1. Michael Mathis (sp?) Paper maker, Only artist who makes paper and folds it into origami.
2. Eric Joisel http://www.ericjoisel.com/
People-faces, forms, caricature-like style. He never creates the same piece twice.
3. Robert Lang http://www.langorigami.com/
He creates very technical origami that only the skilled can duplicate. He has created origami in a Mitsubishi commercial, and for a music video.
The Format "The Compromise" music video:
4. Paul Jackson http://www.origami-artist.com/
He did some work with only one fold. "Post Modernist" "I think paper has a problem. It is very passive." His work has pleated ribs that he rubbed with colored chalk to bring the ribs out more.
5. Chris Palmer http://www.shadowfolds.com/
His work changes with movement and light.
6. Erik Demaine "The Genius" http://erikdemaine.org/
Teachers are using origami to teach math. Origami was used to help fold airbags into their container flat. Erik Demaine is working on using origami to help cure diseases. Robert Lang helped NASA by creating a origami folded camera.
Quote at the end of the movie "In the end, artists and scientists are not as different as we often think. Both creating interpretations in the very same world around us, the world we all share."