Following the commercial success of comic sci-fi actioner “Iron Sky,” Finnish shingle Blind Spot Pictures capitalized on the pic’s fanbase to crowd-fund over 112,000 Euros ($146,674) for “Iron Sky II…
The producers of whacky Finnish sci-fi Nazis-on-the-moon spoof, "Iron Sky," are to start paying back investors who contributed around 10% of the movie's $10 million budget via crowd sourcing.
Dalan Musson has been tapped to adapt comicbook "Jeremiah Harm" for Cheyenne Enterprises.
Arnold Rifkin has signed up the Finnish team behind Nazi space pic "Iron Sky" to develop a movie based on the graphic novel "Jeremiah Harm."
Variety's 10 Euro helmers to watch include Magnus Martens, Sacha Polak, Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson, more. . .
MOSCOW -- Finland's box office is on the rise with latest figures showing admissions up 14% since the beginning of the year compared with the same period in 2011.
Hand-picked European films including a dark farce about Nazis on the moon and the sexual adventures of a disabled man feature in Variety's 10 Euro Filmmakers to Watch at next month's Karlovy Vary…
Entertainment One is negotiating to acquire North American rights to "Iron Sky," the Nazi sci-fi comedy from Finnish director Timo Vuorensola.
Sadly, a promising premise about Nazis invading from the moon is much more amusing in theory than in execution.
Thrillers, comedies, love stories and Nazis on the moon
The $10 million space Nazi comedy "Iron Sky" is already an Internet sensation ahead of its world premiere Feb. 11 at the Berlin Film Festival.
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