The PBS previews newsletter says that "Between the Folds" will be broadcast
nationally this Tuesday, Dec 8 at 10 -11 pm Eastern time. But that doesn't
mean that all PBS stations will be showing it then, so you may want to check
your local listings and this site:
In addition, there will be screenings with accompanying activities and
events around the country. See:
Television Premiere on PBS's Emmy-Award Winning Independent Lens
(CHECK LOCAL LISTINGS, as broadcast dates will vary significantly throughout
the month of December 2009)
GREEN FUSE FILMS' award-winning documentary, Between the Folds, chronicles
the stories of 10 fine artists, theoretical mathematicians and intrepid
scientists who have abandoned conventional jobs and scoffed at hard-earned
graduate degrees - all to forge lives as modern-day paperfolders.
As these offbeat and varied characters converge on the unusual medium of
origami, they reinvent an ancient art, and illustrate the innumerable ways
that creativity and ingenuity come to bear in the age-old effort to
understand and honor the world around us - as artists, scientists, creators,
collaborators, preservers, and simply curious beings.
With "breathtaking" cinematography and a "haunting" original score featuring
the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the film paints an arresting portrait of
the mysterious artistic and scientific threads that fuel these remarkable
minds, bringing forth a rich mix of sensibilities towards art, abstraction,
science, creativity, and meaning.
Official Selection of over 25 international film festivals.
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