A.W. Sandberg was the leading director at the Nordisk Films Kompagni from 1916 until 1926. He broke with the company due to their lack of support of his financial dispositions in connection with the production of 'The Golden Clown'. He finished the film on his own funds. 'The Golden Clown' is one of the best international quality films in Danish silent cinema. It develops the love triangle between the lovable clown, the circus princess and the Parisian bon vivant. Like so many films of the silent era, it is a tale of the old rural world and the glamour and danger in the big city. 'The Golden Clown' is a remake of Sandberg’s own highly successful film from 1917, which starred Valdemar Psilander. The presented version is a new digital restoration tinted in HD. 'The Hill Park Mystery' is an entertaining detective story, where our hero, the tabloid journalist, tries to save the woman he has fallen in love with. It is a speedy comedy with many one-liners, very much in the style of Hollywood productions at the time. Look out for A.W. Sandberg’s cameo appearance as the film director. 'The Hill Park Mystery' is a digital restoration from the original camera negative, tinted according to the markings in the negative itself.