The Silent Revolution: An interview with director Lars Kraume
Director Lars Kraume’s film reenacts real events from 1956 when East German students staged a protest that inadvertently brought them into conflict with their government – a conflict that had rather grave consequences.
We talked to the film’s director about bringing a lesser-known period of Germany’s history to the big screen, as well as how the film was selected for a special Berlinale screening at a Berlin prison.
Das schweigende Klassenzimmer (The Silent Revolution) does not have a UK release date yet. Read our review here.
Read more reviews from our Berlin Film Festival 2018 coverage here.
For further information about the event visit the Berlin Film Festival website here.