"Origami" comes from the Japanese language - "ori" meaning folded and "kami" meaning paper. For Kyoko, paper is a metaphor for life. You make use of what lines and points there are, and you create something out of what you've got. (5:29)
Green Renaissance is a tiny collective of 4 passionate filmmakers (Warren, Jacky, Michael and Justine). They live off-grid and dedicate their time to making films that they hope will inspire and share ideas.
To join them in their film-making journey visit Green Renaissance.
A huge thank you to the following, who kindly assisted with language translations:
Spanish – by Lluís Hernández Pous
Japanese – by Morihiro and Eiko Higashi
Equipment used – Sony FS7 with still lenses
Music sourced from ArtList – https://bit.ly/2KfrAt2
The Old Mr. Pan – by Zarah Lii
Pulse Of A Butterfly – by Yoav Ilan
Daydream – by Ian Locke
Sound mix by Tamryn Breakey and Stef Albertyn
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