Working from secondary sources
From the TC 372 Workshop Compendium
The EN 15907 schema was designed to accomodate more detail than what is commonly found in a single filmography. This makes it suitable for compiling information found in scattered sources, i.e. for aggregating metadata at the level of individual cinematographic works.
Pancéřové auto / Das Panzerauto
Thirdly, we have a record from the Czech National Film Archive, aggregated into filmarchives-online.eu, containing an item-level description in addition to abbreviated work-level metadata for the film.
From: Internationale Filmschau (1929) No. 8, p.6. Retrieved from http://kramerius.nfa.cz/
Carrying on our research leads us to this short notice in Internationale Filmschau, a German-language trade magazine from August 25th, 1929.
This confirms the involvement of Hom-Film as a production company. It also says that the production event had just ended, i.e. in August 1929.
What is misleading here is the headline, claiming that all of this is news from studios in Berlin.
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