Magazine article Screen International

Berlin Film Festival Sets First Prison Screening

Magazine article Screen International

Berlin Film Festival Sets First Prison Screening

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Berlin follows in the footsteps of Oldenburg and Tribeca.

The Silent Revolution

The Berlin Film Festival (February 15 - 24) will screen a film in a local prison for the first time this year.

The festival’s local outreach strand Berlinale Goes Kiez, which spotlights neighbourhood cinemas, has been extended to include a screening at the penal institution JVA in Tegel on February 23.

Lars Kraume’s (The People vs Fritz Bauer) Berlinale Special feature The Silent Revolution has been selected for the prison screening. Starring Joerdis Triebel (Emma’s Bliss) and Maxim Mehmet (The Red Baron), the film tells the true-life story of a class of sixth-grade students who in 1956 stood up to the East German regime. …

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