Yes! Nazis on the moon. Here’s a trailer for “Iron Sky,” a film that doesn’t actually exist yet. It’s the new project of the Finnish group responsible for “Star Wreck,” which, according to their site, is “the most popular Internet feature film of all time, as well as the most popular Finnish film ever. Over 8 million people have downloaded Star Wreck since its free Internet release in 2005.” It’s an interestingly unusual way to attempt to make a movie “Iron Sky”s’s producers will be at Cannes looking for funding, and are also selling “war bonds.” According to them:
[Director Timo] Vuorensola expects to gather an active, vibrant and collaborative community of 10,000 people around the project. While the final product will be Hollywood quality, the model has more in common with social networking and Internet movements such as Creative Commons and Open Source.
Elsewhere: Here’s a trailer for “Noise,” a comedy with Tim Robbins as a car alarm vigilante who calls himself “The Rectifier.” The film, which opens this Friday, is written and directed by Henry Bean, last of the Ryan Gosling anti-Semite Jew drama “The Believer,” which won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2001.
There’s a trailer here for Chris Bell’s steroid doc “Bigger, Stronger, Faster*”, which comes out May 30th and which I liked quite a bit. Here’s my review from Sundance, and here’s a video interview with Bell at Tribeca.
[Photo: “Iron Sky,” Energia Productions, 2008]
+ In 1945 The Nazis Went To The Moon … The IRON SKY Promo Arrives! (Twitch)
+ Noise – Trailer (Reelz Channel)
+ Bigger, Stronger, Faster Movie Trailer – Trailer (IGN)
+ Trailer: Brideshead Revisited (Apple)