Q: In 2011 the longest movie ever was released ‘Modern Times Forever’ and lasted how long?
A: 14,400 minutes (240 hours/10 Days). While most cinematic films have a broad theatrical release in multiple locations through normal distribution channels, some of the world's longest films are experimental or art films that were never simultaneously released to multiple screens or intended for mainstream audiences. They may have been shown in art galleries where audiences were intended to walk in and out. By the end of 2011, the longest film screened was the Danish experimental film ‘Modern Times Forever’ made by Superflex. It has a runtime of 240 hours and a one-off screening began on March 23, 2011 at the IHME Contemporary Art Festival in Helsinki.