The longest industrial time-lapse video project was implemented by Production Company from Kazakhstan.
During two years and one month the PRP Studio production team from Astana was performing a time-lapse video filming of the construction of a bridge crossing across the Irtysh in Pavlodar region.
This film can be described without exaggeration as the longest time-lapse video project in the world. Filming began on November 1, 2014, and went 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without interruption, until the bridge was entered into service on December 15, 2016. In total, 385 thousand cadres were taken in 25 months. Filming was conducted from several cameras: two stationary cameras took video from four locations and one dynamic camera — from five locations, plus an aerial filming was made in parallel and designed to show the overall scale of the project and its modification against the backdrop of a changing landscape.