The film class of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf presents its work

October 21 to 23, 1977. Around eight hours of film on 16mm and Super 8, presented and commented on by the students themselves. The film class is founded in 1971 as an extension to the theater class, but already becomes an independent group in 1972. The first lecturer is the Danish director Povleson; a Super 8 camera is purchased and a budget of 7,000 DM made available. In March 1978, the film class is dissolved per senate decree on the grounds that the quality of the artistic works is too low.