The mystical-ocult book, with which the toy maker Amos Blackwood (Lee Bane) managed to awaken lifeless dolls to demonic life, fell into the hands of the Nazis Joseph von Hammersbeck (David Imper). Even before he can hand it over to the army command, there is an argument with his wife Eva (Eloise Oliver), who then escapes with the book. But also Eva suffers from the book and it ends up in the hands of Amos again. He wants to take it away as quickly as possible and gets on a train in Rosenheim towards Nuremberg, always haunted by Nazi henchmen. But Hitler’s secret service is also on board the train and Amos sees only one way to save his skin and the book: He has to bring Robert and the other dolls he carries back to life…

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Cat.No.: DWP1410 (BluRay) / DWP1410 (DVD)
Release: 22nd February 2019

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960 A.D.
Christianity is now spreading to the borders of the Viking villages in Scandinavia. Together with the gold and silver treasures that the Northmen captured on their raids in England, Christianity is now slowly entering the country.
During this time Tor (Robert Follin) hired himself out as a mercenary in a feud between two Viking clans. At first he thinks he should avenge the deaths of the family members of Princesses Freya and Gudrun, but soon he has to realize that these are also pursuing quite different goals filled with greed and murderous lust. Soon he fights on his own against both sides: Against those who still believe in the old gods around Odin and against those who want to follow the new Christianity. But whatever gods he himself follows, the bloodshed on his path of retribution can no longer be stopped…

“A brilliant and bloodthirsty adventure film.” (amazon.co.uk)

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Cat.No.: DWP1480 (BluRay) / DWP1489 (DVD)
Release: 8th February 2019

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On the coastline of Windholm one morning 15 years ago the ocean just disappeared. Since then the emptiness has been raising questions and anxiety. The cause of the phenomenon remains unclear. With a new theory at hand the physicist Micha (28) is one of many young scientists who is trying to get his hands on to one of his university’s rare scholarships to explore the phenomena. After the many years of work he has put into the project he must once again see how a bold idea ends at the doors of the antiquated establishment – he receives a rejection.

At the same time Jana (31), daughter of the institute’s boss and Micha’s former colleague on the project, resurfaces at the university. This doesn’t make the situation any easier for Micha. A year ago she left him and the project and ran off to Portugal. Jana has now returned to put a definite end to her scientific career – but there is something else: Jana has to clarify something with Micha. When Micha decides to take the trip to Windholm to prove his hypothesis despite the rejection and without official permission she joins him.

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In Windholm the young scientists are confronted with the remains of a village community that has never been able to overcome their trauma. On the day the ocean disappeared – so did all the children from the village. But have the kids really drowned that day? Their bodies were never found. Micha clings to rational thinking and only the scientific phenomenon is of his concern. But as his measurements take longer than planned the village pulls him deeper and deeper into its spell. Micha meets Hanna (19) the only remaining child. She tries to rebuild the neglected public pool, guides tourists through the village and is convinced that the kids are still out there somewhere. Jana strikes the thought that it is no coincidence that Micha and her have been lead to this place.

Abandoned houses and playgrounds, a small footprint on the empty ground of the ocean, the room of a boy who dreamt of becoming an astronaut – this is where Micha and Jana have to come to terms with their own past and a loss.

Directed by Sebastian Hilger, written by Nadine Gottmann, starring Max Mauff (“Victoria”), Lana Cooper (“Love Steaks”, “Beat Beat Heart”) and Swantje Kohlhof.

Vivian Miller (Shelby Young) to the remaining 90 days of her spare imprisonment with labor input for the renovation of a dilapidated old building, the Cawdor Barn Theater, execute. Along with other juvenile delinquents and under the direction of Lawrence O’Neil (Cary Elwes), who has apparently struggling with problems of his past, the group begins with the reconstruction of the theater. But when Vivian finds an old VHS tape on which a murder is seen attempting to secretly behind the strange images on the ground. but makes them unleashes supernatural powers that make the old theater into a deadly trap for all …

daredo media’s latest Darling Berlin movie “Schmitke” is to be released on DVD on April, 29th and is now available in well-assorted stores and VOD platforms.

The tragicomic thriller tells the story of Julius Schmitke, played by the marvellous Peter Kurth. In Schmitke ‘s life, there is something lurking behind the bushes. Some mysterious growling from the forest, from deep within… When he is sent to the Czech-German border to repair a similarly unfortunate old windmill, things start to get strange. Very, very strange.

The director of the movie, Štěpán Altrichter said: “The film is based on a short story by the writer and screenwriter Tomáš Končinský entitled “Julius Schmitke slipped through death’s fingers like an awkward seal”, which immediately captured my interest. It is a story set somewhere between comedy and mystery, somewhere in the fog of the Ore Mountains, full of the atmosphere of this mysterious stretch of land, its history and its people. But first of all it’s the story of the inner world of an aging, clumsy man who is unable to participate in the world arround him. He shows us a feeling that we all know in today’s ultra-fast virtual world. It’s a journey into the mind of an unfortunate man, which makes us feel what we don’t allow ourselves to feel that much anymore.”

Julius Schmitke is a fifty-seven-year-old German wind turbine engineer. He feels ill and his body creaks, crunches and groans with age. One day, he is sent somewhere to the Czech side of the Ore Mountains to fix one of his old models, a C 174 turbine that, mysteriously, will not stop creaking and squeaking, just like his own body does. But this is not the only mystery that awaits him. His colleague disappears, strange things happen, and Schmitke starts to “feel” the spirit of the forest around him. The more Julius wanders around the harsh and misty mountains, the more it surprises him that this entire expedition into the ominous and unknown jungle seems to be a return to old, familiar places within himself.

The director of the movie, Štěpán Altrichter said: “The film is based on a short story by the writer and screenwriter Tomáš Končinský entitled “Julius Schmitke slipped through death’s fingers like an awkward seal”, which immediately captured my interest. It is a story set somewhere between comedy and mystery, somewhere in the fog of the Ore Mountains, full of the atmosphere of this mysterious stretch of land, its history and its people. But first of all it’s the story of the inner world of an aging, clumsy man who is unable to participate in the world arround him. He shows us a feeling that we all know in today’s ultra-fast virtual world. It’s a journey into the mind of an unfortunate man, which makes us feel what we don’t allow ourselves to feel that much anymore.”

“Schmitke” – in cinemas in Germany from 5th November 2015.