Modern Times Forever (Stora Enso Building, Helsinki)
|Modern Times Forever (Stora Enso Building, Helsinki)|
|Directed by||Bjornstjerne Reuter Christiansen |
|Country||Denmark, Finland, Vietnam|
Modern Times Forever (Stora Enso Building, Helsinki) is a 2011 film by Danish artists' group Superflex. It is currently the second longest film ever made, lasting 240 hours (10 days). The film shows how Helsinki's Stora Enso headquarters building would decay over the next few thousand years. The film was originally projected against the building itself.
- "Helsinki to screen 'longest film' at arts festival". BBC News. 2011-03-23. Retrieved 2011-03-25.
- "'Modern Times Forever,' The Longest Film Of All Time, Now Playing - /Film". Slashfilm. Retrieved 1 January 2015.
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