This Collection follows the indie-filmmakers Timo Vuorensola and Samuli Torssonen from the late-nite-3Dwork-in-boxershorts-beginnings in 2008 until the end of the actual film-shooting in spring 2011 with a little report on the current state of postproduction.
Iron Sky will debut in April 2012.
It is produced by Blind Spot Pictures with Visual effects made by Energia Productions.
Here s the links to follow current events and join the spectacle:
Clip 1: Iron Sky Teaser 3
Clips 2-4: Excerpts from Iron Sky Demo Countdown Spring 2008
Clip 5: Iron Sky Demo
Clips 6-8: Interviews with Timo, Samuli and actors Goetz Otto & Julia Dietze
Clips 9-10: Introducing the participatory principle of the production
Clips 11-13: Preparing the shootings
Clip 14: Iron Sky Teaser 2
Clips 15-17: Shootings in Frankfurt and Australia. Goodbye into Postproduction.
Clip 18: The Special Effects & End-Credits
Clip 19: Offical Trailer 2012
Iron Sky is an upcoming Finnish science-fiction comedy film from the makers of the Star Wreck
series Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning
. The film is directed by Timo Vuorensola
and produced by Tero Kaukomaa of Blind Spot Pictures production company. Samuli Torssonen
, the creator of the Star Wreck series and the producer of Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning, is responsible for the computer generated effects of the film. The screenwriters aboard Iron Sky are the Finnish author Johanna Sinisalo
and Michael Kalesniko (Howard Stern's Private Parts
, How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog
The film is being created by Energia Productions, Blind Spot Pictures, New Holland Pictures and 27 Films production companies. The film is scheduled to be released on April 4th 2012.
Iron Sky is one of a new wave of productions, including The Cosmonaut
, A Swarm of Angels
and RiP!: A Remix Manifesto
, produced in collaboration with an on-line community of film enthusiasts, that are creating a new kind of participatory cinema
. At Wreck-a-Movie, a collaborative film-making web site, the producers have invited everyone interested in "chipping in" with their ideas and creativity to read the tasks given to the community and to take a shot (write an entry).
Collaborators can also attach media to their shots.