First, the educational film was shown young people when the Sun stands still. Based on the correspondence between Johannes Kepler and Galileo Galilei, the film follows the discoveries and considerations of the two world famous scholars on the threshold of the modern science. A demanding lecture by Christian Köberl, the General Director of the natural history museum, embedded the clip into a historical whole. After that, the film quantum soccer, was shown about the work of the Viennese Quantenphysikers Markus Arndt, young people. Sandra Ebrahim, a physicist from the Abella group, gave the students the opportunity to delve deeper into the mysterious world of quantum physics. Although the two educational films shown in form and content differ, they treat but also a common theme: they deal with the essence of modern scientific research. In the movies, it becomes clear that one can get only by consistent, thorough data collection and only real interpret of the obtained data to new, objectively correct knowledge. In this respect, it was obvious to provide information complementary to the present students at the end of the programme on the everyday work of Wissenschafter(Inne) n. This task took over three Pädagogik-Student(inne)n, the student (and positions) n the way of the formulation of a hypothesis about the scientific experiment up to the publication in a journal with possible high impact factor explained.
The feedback of the present teaching staff to the Schüler(innen)programm have been uniformly positive. The issues raised were dealt with very extensively and had stimulated the further deepening. The wish was expressed to a continuation of the event.
A non-representative survey of the present students revealed that, in their eyes, a central aspect of film for them would be entertainment, and that movies in the school would offer especially change from the everyday classroom. Yet young people assessed the quality of educational films generally more negative: usually they are badly made and very boring.