Wednesday, November 04, 2009
Iron Sky Gets British Stealth Money
On their blog the good folks behind Star Wreck and Iron Sky let us know the British Stealth Media Group will be handling the world sales of Iron Sky so the guys making the movie can concentrate on, well, making the movie. Currently there are distribution deals in place for Finland, UK, Norway and Poland. Stealth will also be funding the film with a sum between a half million and one million euros. This brings the budget over 5 million euros, making it one of the most expensive Finnish film productions. Quite a leap from making Star Wreck on a shoestring budget!
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