“Swimming” by Luzie Loose (Darling Berlin) available from today on DVD and VoD portals

The multiple award-winning coming-of-age film “Schwimmen” (English title: Swimming”) by director Luzie Loose will be released today by UCM.ONE via the Darling Berlin label on DVD and on VoD portals such as iTunes, Amazon, Google, Sony Microsoft and Vimeo. The film, starring Stephanie Amarell (“Dark”), Lisa Vicari (“Luna”, “Dark”) and Jonathan Berlin, deals with the highly…

“Anonymous Animals” by Baptiste Rouveure celebrates its theatrical release today hybrid

The French film “Anonymous Animals” by Baptiste Rouveure starts today hybrid in cinemas with UCM.ONE on the Artlkeim² label. In this case, “hybrid” means that the film can be seen in some open cinemas, but it is also available on the Kino on Demand platform and via Cinemalovers in “virtual cinemas” at the same time. The last two options…

Sara Fazilat nominated for the “No Fear Award” at “First Steps”

It is with great pleasure that we can announce that Sara Fazilat, producer, lead actress and co-writer of “Nico”, has been nominated for the “No Fear Award” at First Steps. Congratulations, and we‘ll keep our fingers crossed for Sara! The award ceremony will take place on 21 June 2021. “Nico”, a captivating yet humorous drama,…

Laura Balzer nominated for the Götz George “Young Talent Award” at “First Steps” for her role in “Trümmermädchen – Germany Year Zero”

As of today, it’s official: Laura Balzer is one of three nominees for the Götz George Young Talent Award at this year’s First Steps Awards! We congratulate her and keep our fingers crossed for the award ceremony on 21 June. “Trümmermädchen – Germany Year Zero” by Oliver Kracht is a very exceptional feature film with an…

The film “Anonymous Animals” by Baptiste Rouveure will be released hybrid in cinemas on May 13, 2021

Unfortunately, due to the adopted nationwide tightening of Corona measures, the theatrical release via UCM.ONE of “Anonymous Animals” could not take place on the big screen on 22 April 2021 as originally planned. We are all the more pleased to announce that the feature film will now have a “hybrid” theatrical release on May 13,…

UCM.ONE brings the documentary “Los Reyes” by Bettina Perut & Iván Osnovikoff to the cinemas

The film “Los Reyes” will be released on the film label NONFY Documentaries via the distributor UCM.ONE in German-speaking countries on 10 June 2021. However, the film is not primarily about the skaters of the well-known and oldest skate park Los Reyes in the Chilean capital Santiago but about the true kings of this microcosm:…

UCM.ONE will be present at the European Film Market (EFM) Online 2021 from March 1st to 5th

The UCM.ONE team is represented this year from March 1st to 5th at the European Film Market (EFM) Online with 3 people. Almost 3,500 producers, buyers, sales agents and distributors from 110 countries are taking part in the film fair, which is only taking place online due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The EFM is the…

UCM.ONE brings “Dark Dreamers” by Philipp Klinger to cinemas

Phillip Klinger’s debut film premiered at the Hofer Filmtage 2020 and since then has already had a remarkable festival career (in Braunschweig, Wiesbaden, Biberach, among others). “Dark Dreamers” (German title: “Albträumer”) is expected to be released in early summer 2021 under the UCM.ONE label Artkeim². The two young leading actors, Sarah Mahita and Béla Gabor…

Theatrical release of the film “Notes of Berlin” (Darling Berlin) postponed due to the Corona pandemic

Due to the Corona-related closure of the cinemas for an indefinite period of time, we are forced to postpone the theatrical release date of the feature film “Notes of Berlin” by director Mariejosephin Schneider, which was scheduled for 14 January 2021. We hope to be able to set a new date early in the new…

Lisa Charlotte Friederich’s film “Live” celebrates its “virtual cinema launch” today

Due to the extension of the Corona measures the cinema release of “Live” by director Lisa Charlotte Friederich unfortunately cannot be shown on the big screens as planned. Irony of fate: The film takes place in a dystopian future in which society is in complete lockdown – a situation that was described as extremely far-fetched…