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There is only a handful of film museums in Germany. One of them is to be found in Duesseldorf. It is situated in the heart of the city, in Schulstraße.

The museum opened in 1993. A permanent exhibition deals with the history of film. It also features a replica film studio, which gives an insight into movie making. Aside from this there are changing exhibitions.

The museum’s cinema, the Black Box, offers daily screenings. One of the few remaining Welte-Cinema organs is used to accompany silent movies here. The organ dates back to 1928.

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