In March 1970, Wolfgang Becker launches film evenings. The Neue Galerie is used every Saturday evening as a non-commercial cinema. Becker increasingly tries to organize the program around authors or themes in order to create cycles running over a longer period, and he publishes pamphlets with explanatory texts. Only 16mm films are shown. Besides artistic and underground films, surveys of the works of different artists are also featured. Works by, among others: Wim Wenders, Werner Schröter and Hans-Peter Kochenrath, Birgit and Wilhelm Hein, Malcom Legrice, Arnold Daidalos Wande, Hartwig Töwe, Keith Sonnier.