Hanseatische Materialverwertung

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Browse former props and take a piece of film history home with you!

Hamburg is a media city where the detective show “Tatort” is often filmed as well as many other film projects. What many people don't know: Most of the props land in the trash - which costs Hamburg a great deal of money and harms the environment as well. This is why the Hanseatic Materialverwaltung specialises in collecting precisely those materials that are left over after each film, every event and every fair in Hamburg. Then, those interested can draw from the rich theatre, film and photo collections. The best thing is: You can buy or rent requisites such as no longer needed stage sets or exhibition stands. This is particularly practical for cultural institutions, public schools, universities, artists and clubs.

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