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THE CHINESE LIVES OF ULI SIGG

by Michael Schindhelm

synopsis

The Swiss Uli Sigg played an important role in China’s economic opening phase after the Mao era. He also compiled the most impressive Chinese contemporary art collection. Most of it was donated to the M+ Museum in Hong Kong, which will open in 2019. A documentary on the businessman, diplomat and art collector Uli Sigg evolving in the Chinese society from the late 1970s until today.

international title: The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg
original title: The Chinese Lives of Uli Sigg
country: Switzerland
sales agent: Autlook Filmsales GmbH
year: 2016
genre: documentary
directed by: Michael Schindhelm
film run: 93'
cinematography by: Filip Zumbrunn
film editing: Marina Wernli
music: Peter Bräker, Feng Mengbo
production: T&C Film AG
distributor: Columbus Film
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