Édition Film Noir Nº 1: “Interpol” (German title: “Der Mann, den keiner kannte”) available today

The film “Interpol” (German title: “Der Mann, den keiner kannte”) by John Gilling, first appears as a DVD in Germany in the unabridged theatrical version and in the original CinemaScope widescreen format in the context of the Édition Film Noir as Nº 1 in a strictly limited Mediabook version. As actors are u.a. with: Victor Mature…

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Theatrical release of “Schwimmen” (Darling Berlin)

Today, the drama “Schwimmen” (English title: “Swimming”) starts in German cinemas nationwide. The film by director Luzie Loose runs in over 20 cities. “Schwimmen” (Darling Berlin) won the Gold Prize at the Hofer Filmtage 2018 and was awarded the Best Camera Prize at the achtung berlin Awards. “Schwimmen” was also honored by the FBW Jugend-Filmjury for…

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Theatrical release of “Schwimmen” (Darling Berlin) with premieres in Hamburg, Stuttgart and Berlin

On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, UCM.ONE is celebrating theatrical release of “Schwimmen” (Darling Berlin) in three cities. In the presence of director Luzie Loose, the Hamburg premiere will take place on Tuesday 10 September in the Abaton cinema at 8 pm. On Wednesday, the film crew also celebrates the Baden-Württemberg premiere from 8 pm in…

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Preview of “Searching Eva” (Darling Berlin) at the “Berlin Film Night”

The documentary “Searching Eva” (Darling Berlin) will be shown as a preview at the Berlin Film Night on Monday 9 September 2019. The film by Pia Hellenthal tells the story of Eva – 25, drifting around, Berliner, poet, pet owner, sex worker, virgin, convalescent, housewife, feminist, model – she declares privacy at the age of…

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“Survive!” by René Cardona from 25.10. available as Mediabook and at VoD portals

UCM.ONE released the movie “Survive!” (German title: “Überleben”) by René Cardona in Germany on the label M-Square Classics on October 25, 2019, including the completely remastered theatrical version in HD and the 22-minute longer original version in SD as a limited Mediabook with Blu-Ray and DVD plus a booklet with 16 pages. The cinema version will…

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The comedy “Datsche” (Darling Berlin) starts on the day of the German unity in the cinemas

In the feature film “Datsche” by female director Lara Hewitt, the New Yorker Valentin sets off across the Atlantic to pursue his German roots. The dacha, which his late grandfather left to him, is located in a sleepy allotment garden in the former East of the Republic, near Berlin. Not all neighbors welcome him with…

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