People go to the cinemas to watch the movie and they see two hours of concentrated moments of the movie, but they don’t know how much hard work has been done for this two hours. I got unique opportunity to bring up all the hard work by documenting the entire movie production from beginning to the end. I will update my blog always, when something important happens in the making of this movie. This is a story of behind the scenes, making of Iron Danger.
Behind this blog is Finnish photographer and a great friend of movies, who got a great opportunity to document this upcoming movie. I am a full-time professional photographer and I own a small studio in central Finland Laukaa. I take pics from little childrens to big war machines, and almost everything in between them. This documentary project is going to be a really interesting one. My purpose is to document this movie when something interesting / bigger happens in production, or something that Iron Danger wants to be photographed. The project will take about two years, and the movie will be scheduled to come cinemas in 2017, when it’s time to celebrate Finland’s 100-year anniversary of independence. Iron Danger brings to life the story of Kalevala, an ancient epic tale that has shaped Finland’s identity.