LOST PLACE out now in Japan

Our mystery thriller LOST PLACE 3D is now available on DVD in the land of the rising sun. Check out the Japanese trailer on YouTube, featuring a few new, more or less subtle sound and transition effects, but could also use a big, fat spoiler warning! The DVD is available on from Interfilm/Amazing D.C.

THE SPEED BREED goes Shanghai

We are honored to announce that our Chinese-German action comedy THE SPEED BREED 3D is among the five European projects that have been selected for the Sino-European Project Lab by Bridging The Dragon. The first part of the lab will be held from June 9-13 leading up to the Shanghai Film Festival, while part two commences in August as part of the Festival de Locarno. The lab is hosted in partnership with the D’Hive Media Hub and the TorinoFilmLab.



Animation Production Day

Meet us in Stuttgart! Our 3D animated feature project HUMP will take us to this year’s Animation Production Day, a part of FMX and the ITFS International Animation Film Festival Stuttgart, that is hosted on May 7 and 8 at L-Bank in Stuttgart.


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