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K3 en het ijsprinsesje

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K3 en het Ijsprinsesje
K3 En Het Ijsprinsesje DVD cover.jpg
K3 En Het Ijsprinsesje DVD cover
K3 En Het Ijsprinsjesje
Directed byIndra Siera
Screenplay by
Produced byAnja Van Mense
CinematographyJan Mestdagh
Music by
Distributed byIndependent Films
Release date
  • July 19, 2006 (2006-07-19) (Belgium)
  • July 20, 2006 (2006-07-20) (Netherlands)
  • Belgium
  • Netherlands

K3 en het Ijsprinsessje (aka: K3 and the Little Ice Princess) is a 2006 Flemish pre-teen adventure film written by Hans Bourlon and Gert Verhulst, directed by Indra Siera, and starring the women of the K3 girl band[1] in a sequel to their 2004 film K3 en het Magisch Medaillon.[2] The sequel was shown on Zappelin, SBS 6, Ketnet, Kindernet and RTL Telekids.


King Flurkentijn (Peter Faber) invites the members of K3 (Karen Damen, Kristel Verbeke, Kathleen Aerts) to fairyland to sing for Princess Fleur (Laurien Poelemans) because he hopes that they can cheer her up. But as the princess has been cursed by an evil wizard (Urbanus), the trio are unable to. They decide to undo the curse, and learn that they need to find out the wizard's real name within 24 hours in order to cancel it. While seeking his name, they interact with fairy tale figures, including Snow White (Sasha Rosen), Hansel & Gretel (Florian Slangen and Kato Bijteboer), Little Red Riding Hood (Mathilde Geysen) and Alladin (Mimoun Ouled Radi).



The theme song "Trouwen" was not the only original K3-song used in the film. Other songs were "Cake en Chocolade" and "Betoverd" (Cursed).[3]

Akk songs were composed by Peter Gillis and performed by K3.

  1. "Trouwen"
  2. "Etiquetterap"
  3. "Cake met chocolade"
  4. "Meisje in de Spiegel"
  5. "Betoverd"


Cinemagazine praised the film, writing that in being intended for pre-teen audiences, the women of K3 kept the viewers in suspense throughout the film, keeping the film magical and fun to watch. The review concluded by saying the performances "are good and fun to watch. But the magical atmosphere created by the decor, costumes and editing is absolutely fantastic!"[1]


  1. ^ a b Pullen, Hermia (17 July 2006). "K3 en het ijsprinsesje (2006)". Cinemagazine (in Dutch). Retrieved 5 June 2016.
  2. ^ Breckx, Maarten (23 July 2006). "Ongezouten Repelsteeltje". Moviegids (in Dutch). Retrieved 5 June 2016.
  3. ^ "K3 en Het Ijsprinsesje [DVD/CD]". Allmusic. Retrieved 5 June 2016.

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