News

Zoltan Paul mit “Breakdown in Tokyo” (Darling Berlin) auf Kinotour

Regisseur und Hauptdarsteller Zoltan Paul stellt seinen neuen Film “Breakdown in Tokyo – Ein Vater dreht durch” (Darling Berlin) auf einer mehrtägigen Kinotour durch Deutschland vor. Die Screening in Anwesenheit von Zoltan Paul starten am 28. August im Abaton in Hamburg. Zum Kinostart am 30.8. findet im City Kino Wedding zudem ein Konzert mit der Filmband…

read more...

Director Pavel Khvaleev (III – The Ritual) releases new EP on Plastic City

Russian director and electronic musician Pavel Khvaleev (III – The Ritual, Involution) is releasing his new EP “Around the Sun” at Plastic City. Pavel Khvaleev starts his music career together with his brother under the name “Moonbeam” and thus landed an international success in the dance scene. Later worked alongside his film projects with Russian…

read more...

Now in cinemas

Queen of Niendorf
by Joya Thome

Lost in the Living
by Robert Manson

UCM.ONE – Movies and music anywhere, anytime …

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.

UCM.ONE operates several well-established music labels such as Plastic City, Mole Listening Pearls, Harthouse and has tracks and songs from artists like Terry Lee Brown Junior, The Timewriter, Kool & the Gang, Alphawezen, Hardfloor, Liquid Child, AWeX, Commander Tom or Naomi in the catalog. In addition, UCM.ONE operates its own film labels such as Darling Berlin, M-Square and Artheim.

The goal of UCM.ONE is to reach consumers on all possible and available channels. We do not want to press consumers to change their consumer behavior because of our content, but the films and music titles should be offered there and available, where the consumer would like to find his media content: movies in the cinema, on Blu-Ray or DVD, on TV or download and streaming portals; Music tracks on CDs, vinyl, on the radio, or at download and streaming providers.