Silent Days

A normal street somewhere in Berlin. It’s winter. The people who are doing their shopping or taking the bus here have to go to work or to school, they’re unemployed or retired. Once in a while a car goes by, apart from that it’s relatively quiet. Then the first snow of the year starts falling and for a moment everything changes. The sounds fade out, the light gets brighter and the movements get more cautious. It seems as if the people themselves were changing. A documentary about the first snow of the year in Berlin.
Camera: Hendrik Reichel
Producer: Niklas Hlawatsch, Bernadette Klausberger
Sound: Felix Heibges
Editing: Sotiris Spiliotis, Miriam Bliese
DirectorRegie: Miriam Bliese
GenreGattung: documentary
Production CountryProduktionsland: Germany
Production CompanyProduktionsfirma: Deutsche Film- und Fernsehakademie Berlin
ProductionProduktion: 2011
Recording FormatDrehformat: S 16mm
Screening FormatVorführformat: 35mm, HDCam
Frame RateBildgeschwindigkeit: 25 fps
Aspect RatioSeitenverhältnis: 1:1,85
Sound FormatTonformat: Dolby Stereo
LanguageSprache: German
FassungFassung: OV
Running TimeLaufzeit: 22