What is the longest film ever made? Even the answer is not short.

Cinema has existed for more than a century. During these years, hundreds and thousands of films have been released, both short and long.

From 2013 Oscar Nominated Animated Short “Fresh Guacamole” to over three hours of epic “Titanic” romance, movies can run for a given length of time.

Some of the shortest movies, like “Fresh Guacamole,” are less than two minutes long. On the other side of the coin are movies that last longer than 24 hours, according to IMDb.

But what is the longest film ever made?

What is the longest film ever made?

There may be different answers to this question depending on the source you consult.

Guinness World Records says the longest movie ever made is “The Cure for Insomnia” released in 1987. The 85 hour experimental film was directed by John Henry Timmis IV. It was performed in its entirety from January 31 to February 3, 1987 at The School of the Art Institute in Chicago, according to Guinness World Records.

The film does not have a distinct plot and characteristics “LD Groban reciting his own 4,080-page poem, intercut with X-rated movie footage and rock music clips,” according to IMDb.

However, IMDb cites “Logistics”, directed by Daniel Andersson and Erika Magnusson as the longest film in duration. The Swedish film was released in 2012 and lasts 857 hours, or 35 days and 17 hours.

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Is “Titanic” the longest movie?

Although the iconic film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet boasts a battery life of three hours and 14 minutesaccording to IMDb, it is far from being the longest film.

Many other films released in theaters have beaten James Cameron’s classic, such as 1963 historical drama “Cleopatra” starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, which is four hours and three minutes long, according to Turner Classic Movies.

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What is the longest Disney animated film?

“Fancy,” released in 1940, is Disney’s longest animated filmaccording to Guinness World Records.

At 124 minutes, or two hours and four minutes, it’s the longest in Disney’s animated catalog, and the only one with a running time of more than two hours, according to Guinness World Records.

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