A pair of audiophiles try to decode a mysterious message received from the Moon, but find themselves up against the Illuminati.
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In September 2017 it was reported that five animators and VFX specialists who created some visual elements for the cult "Nazis on the Moon" film Iron Sky, have filed suit against the film's producers, claiming copyright infringement of their work. In a copy of the suit obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, the five claimants accuse Finnish producers Blind Spot and the Iron Sky Universe, the group that handles rights to the Iron Sky brand, of using design elements they created without obtaining the proper rights and without giving proper compensation. The plaintiffs claim their creative contribution to the Iron Sky franchise is such that they should also be considered as joint copyright holders of the original movie. Iron Sky producer Tero Kaukomaa, in an email exchange with THR, declined to comment on the suit, saying he had not yet seen it, but called the claims erroneous and groundless. He pointed to numerous similar, and unsuccessful, attempts by the lead plaintiff in the case, Trevor Baylis, to claim copyright for his work done on Iron Sky. Kaukomaa described Baylis as a trainee on the VFX team during the first Iron Sky film, who "performed technical duties related to 3D modeling" and could not be considered a creator of the film in any way. In May 2018, the court dismissed the claims of the plaintiffs, declaring that they have no copyright to Iron Sky or Iron Sky: The Coming Race or to any material that they have made for those movies. See more
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