If we were to start watching all the films and videos in our archive today, day and night without pause, we would be finished on September 1, 2012. 516,377 minutes equal 8,606.28 hours or 358.6 days. On average, some 10,758 minutes are added every year. But what if there are found footage films in the new acquisitions that use material from the first 516,377 minutes? Do these minutes count again? And what's the difference between 516,377 minutes and 211,057 meters? About 50,000 digital minutes that do not weigh anything but are no less weighty nevertheless. Once again, all the minutes have in common that they exist only when viewed. In the present.