UK distributor Metrodome will launch Lukas Moodysson's new film Containerat London's ICA tied in with a unique art installation.

The installation, Inside The Head Of Lukas Moodysson: The Container Crypt, will have threeseparate screens playing the film, at different intervals. The film will belooped on the three walls, with only one soundtrack playing. The installationspace will include furniture for viewers to relax, glass-framed display boxesto explore with Moodysson related artefacts, andmore. The installation was started in Sweden and Denmark.

Containerwill show at the Times BFI London Film Festival on Oct 24 and will startscreening at the ICA on Oct 27.

Moodysson said:'A film is so flat. The screen is so flat. I want people to be able tostep into it, go behind the screen. I want people to be able to walk aroundwithin the film, to be able to touch it. A film is so limited in time. Itstarts a certain hour and stops at a set time. I want it to last longer, orshorter. I want people to decide for themselves. I want people to be able tostep into it for a minute and then leave or stay for hours.'

Metrodome worked with the director's previous films Together, Lilya 4Ever and Hole InMy Heart.