2017 Sundance Film Festival: ‘Plastic China’ – Scored by Tyler Strickland

Tyler Strickland scored the Jiuliang Wang documentary ‘Plastic China,’ a film that tells the stories of two families: an unschooled 11-year-old girl, Yi-Jie, who learns the world through the United Nations of Wastes while working with her YI minority parents in a recycle workshop a thousand miles away from their mountain village home town and the ambitious boss of the workshop, Kun, who works hard to give his family a better life. Through the story of these two families, the film explores how these wastes are recycled by the bare hands of families, and discovers their dilemma and choices of suffering irreversible damages on life just to make a living.

Tyler’s past work includes scoring another 2017 Sundance documentary ‘The Mars Generation’ as well as two Netflix original documentaries that also premiered at the 2015 and 2016 Sundance Film Festivals respectively, ‘Hot Girls Wanted’ and ‘Audrie & Daisy.’



Tyler Strickland – http://www.tylerstrickland.com/