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“Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) now with over 22,000 viewers in German and French cinemas

The family film “Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) has reached 15,000 moviegoers in France since the end of August. Thus the film (with the German name: “Königin von Niendorf”) by Joya Thome has been seen by more than 22,000 viewers on German and French screens. Since 16 November, the film has been shown in a…

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In the Focus of Darling Berlin: Short films by Eberhard Weißbarth in the cinema at Berlin’s Bundeplatz

On the occasion of the 70th birthday of the Berlin director Eberhard Weißbarth, the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek and the film distributor picture & sound Eberhard Weißbarth – for the first time elaborately restored and digitized as retrospective his excellent Berlin short films as a short film program – in the charm of the 80s! The…

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Now in cinemas

Queen of Niendorf
by Joya Thome

Breakdown in Tokyo
by Zoltan Paul

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UCM.ONE (United Content Management.ONE) stands for the successful combination of physical and digital marketing of media content and works as a global entertainment company in the distribution, licensing and rental business, as well as a production and creative company for all types of media of film, music and picture.

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