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Forging on while still ahead in the game, Finnish director Timo Vuorensola, known around the world for his Nazis on the Moon movie, Iron Sky, is already working on a third chapter called Iron Sky The Ark. The second chapter in the series, The Coming Race, is currently in post. Iron Sky: The Ark is a new instalment in the Iron Sky franchise. It tells the story of two Chinese university dropout audiophiles who set out on a quest to decode a mysterious message received from the Moon, but quickly find themselves fighting against the mother of all conspiracy theories – the Illuminati. The Ark was announced today at Efm in Berlin and a teaser was screened in the Market. What is largely different this time...
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Iron Sky: The Ark will be a Chinese-Finnish-Canadian co-production.
China Film Corporation Limited, Jiabo Culture Development Co. Ltd, Iron Sky Universe are producing the film in association with Pan Pan Pictures Co Ltd and Longevity International Enterprises Ltd.
Iron Sky: The Ark is a Chinese-Finnish-Canadian co-production but is fully financed from China.
The film is about two Chinese university dropout audiophiles who set out on a quest to decode a mysterious message received from the Moon, but find themselves fighting against the mother of all conspiracy theories – the secret organsation Illuminati. The visual effects will be overseen by VFX house Pixomondo.
The film is expected to be shot in summer 2017 in Beijing, Dalan Musson ([link »
- email@example.com (Geoffrey Macnab)
China Film Corp. has come on board European sci-fi franchise movie “Iron Sky: The Ark” as a major partner. It will co-finance, co-produce and take Chinese distribution rights.
The film is set to go into production this year – and shoot in Beijing – ahead of a planned release in 2018. The budget is indicated as $25 million.
The film had already been set up as a China-Finland partnership last year when Shanghai Jiabo Culture Development Culture came on board in mid 2016. At the time they promised that there would also be a major Chinese distributor joining them.
Producers now describe the film as a China-Finland-Canada co-production between Cfc, Jiabo and Iron Sky Universe, in association with Pan Pan Pictures and Longevity International Enterprises. »
- Patrick Frater
3 February 2017 3:07 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
China Film Group's production subsidiary China Film Corporation Limited will co-produce the new Iron Sky film, set to shoot this year for delivery in 2018. They join fellow Chinese company the Jiabo Culture Development Co., as well as co-producers Pan Pan Pictures and Longevity International Enterprises in what will be a Finnish-Chinese co-production.
- Scott Roxborough
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