"Zodiak", Dietmar Buchmann, DE 1969, 15 min
"Rïume", SFB, DE 1970, 3:30 min
"Die Spur der Karawane", Renate Lippki, DE 1977, 7 min
"Con08/1", Conrad Schnitzler, DE 1982, 8 min
"Con08/2", Conrad Schnitzler, DE 1982, 14 min
"Macher", Conrad Schnitzler, DE 1982, 7 min
"Fahrstuhl", Film: Wolfgang Seidel, Sound: Freudigmann, Schnitzler, Seidel, DE 1971, 4 min
"Kybernetische Musik", Film: Wolfgang Seidel, Sound: Freudigmann, Schnitzler, Seidel, DE 1971, 6 min
In the early 60s a pupil of Beuys and a decade later co-founder of Kluster and Tangerine Dream, Conrad Schnitzler was a shining key figure in Germanyns new post-avant-garde. Conceptual decisions and consistent discontinuity led him to almost completely retreat from the public eye for the last 30 years. Comprising two rarely shown documentaries by former Berlin broadcasting company SFB, Schnitzlerzs own experiments in video, and Wolfgang SeidelSs found-footage collage for the "Eruptions" soundtrack, the film program spans a visual arc across Schnitzlerhs productive early phase.
Partly in German language.