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Climate Change at Sundance: 8 Exciting New Documentaries

China is the most populated country in the world, and so what they do with their refuse is important. This documentary examines just that, through the eyes of Yi-Jie, an 11-year-old girl who works at a recycling plant along with her parents. Others in the facility are interviewed, giving a perspective not only on the human condition in such venues, but a look at consumption on a whole.



2nd Floor, Building No 1. Jing Yuan, #3 Guangqu Rd, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100124, P.R. China


6F, No.223, Sec.1, Tiding Blvd, Neihu Dist, Taipei City 114, Taiwan


The Loft, Block A, 4th Floor, Lee King Industrial Building, 12 Ng Fong Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon

CNEX Studio (Greater China Sales & International Film Festival Handling)

Journeyman Pictures (World Sales Outside Greater China)

For theatrical, public or educational screenings - Daisy Carolath


For broadcast sales or other licenses - Chris Hampson


Presented by CNEX Foundation Limited | in association with Beijing TYC Media
a CNEX Studio Corporation | in  co-production with Beijing TYC Media & Oriental Companion Media (Beijing)
Supported by IDFA Bertha Fund & Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program