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Sheep and Wolves

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Sheep and Wolves
SheepandWolvesposter.jpg
Russian theatrical release poster
Directed by
  • Andrey Galat
  • Maksim Volkov
Produced by
  • Sergey Selyanov (ru)
  • Vladimir Nikolaev (ru)
  • Yuri Moskvin
Written by
Starring
Music byAlexandre Lessertisseur
Production
companies
Distributed byNashe Kino
Release date
  • 28 April 2016 (2016-04-28)
Running time
85 minutes[1]
CountryRussia
Languages
  • Russian
  • English
Budget$3.4 million[2]
Box office$4.1 million[3]

Sheep and Wolves (Russian: Волки и овцы: бе-е-е-зумное превращение, romanizedVolki i ovtsy. Be-e-e-zumnoe prevrashchenie, lit.'Wolves and Sheep: Crazy Transformation') is a 2016 Russian computer-animated fantasy comedy film. The original story, Wizart Animation's first, contains elements of the fairy tale The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids and the concepts of a wolf in sheep's clothing. It is about a carefree wolf who likes to hunt sheep, but one day finds that he has been magically transformed into a sheep himself. The film was directed by Andrey Galat and Maksim Volkov, with Wizart and CTB Film Company as joint production partners.

Although critical reactions were mostly positive in its native country, the film received generally negative reviews elsewhere, with the script, plot, characterizations and lore being heavily criticized; though the animation received some praise. It won the Golden Unicorn Award for best animation film, the Grand Prix from the Seoul Guro International Kids Films Festival, and the Catalina Film Festival Crystal Trophy.

Summary

A sheep named Ziko is attempting to document the outdoor wildlife, when he stumbles upon the wolf Grey, and flees screaming back to his village of sheep, located near a newly arrived pack of wolves in the ravine. The wise leader of the wolf pack, Magra, announces that he'll retire soon, and that two candidates must fight for the rite of succession. One is Ragear, a bad-tempered, selfish wolf who disregards Magra's values for all life, including prey. The other is Grey, who is in love with the beautiful she-wolf Bianca. However, he acts like a joker, never taking anything seriously, much to Bianca's chagrin. After Grey humiliates Ragear for disobeying Magra's orders, he then encounters the little lamb Shia, who disobeyed his older sister Lyra by wandering into the meadow. Grey nevertheless lets Shia go unharmed.

During a celebration at the wolf pack, Grey humiliates Ragear further, which causes Bianca to end her relationship with him, citing that he's still too immature to be the next leader. Grey visits a gypsy camp celebration, and meets the eccentric hare Mami. She gives Grey a transmutation potion, which he hopes will make him change so Bianca will love him again. However, the potion transforms him into a ram. Fleeing from his former pack mates, Grey gets knocked out, only to wake up in the sheep village under Lyra's care.

Grey struggles to cope with being a ram. At first, he tries to convince himself that he's only dreaming, but accepts the truth, until he remembers that it was Mami who gave him a potion. Finding the gypsy camp deserted, he returns to the sheep village. The wolf pack believes that Grey ran away, scared to fight Ragear.

The next morning, Grey is invited by Shia and the talkative Moz to attend the tournament. When Grey finds himself fighting the champion Louis the Fierce, he resorts to biting, which angers everyone. Grey soon earns the friendship of the herd afterwards when he protects Lyra and Shia from two wolves. At a welcome party, Grey foolishly inspires Shia to go fight wolves, but the lamb is captured by Ragear, after witnessing him murder Magra and take over the wolf pack. Grey and Moz rescue Shia, but Ragear is informed that Grey has been turned into a ram. He incites the pack to kill all the sheep in the village.

Feeling lonely, Grey returns to the mountains, where he encounters Bianca, who tells him of Ragear's takeover and Magra's death (though unaware that Ragear killed him). He is photographed by Ziko, who then informs the village that Grey is a spy for the wolves. Grey furiously leaves the village, but Shia recognises him as the wolf who spared his life in the meadow. Grey nevertheless leaves, until he is discovered by Mami. The hare informs him that the wolf pack will attack the village, but Grey can transform back to a wolf if he reaches a certain tree by noon the following day. Grey nevertheless returns to the village to warn the flock. He encourages them to fight back.

The next morning, the wolf pack is thwarted by various traps and defences, until they chase the sheep into a cave, only to be sealed inside with water flooding in. Not wishing his pack to drown, Grey saves the pack, only for Ragear to seize Shia. The lamb reveals that Ragear was responsible for Magra's death, and Grey challenges Ragear to a fight for leadership. Mami and Bianca arrives to give Grey the potion to turn him back to a wolf, but nothing happens. Continuing to fight Ragear, Grey is brutally attacked and buried under a pile of rocks, only to emerge as a wolf, sending Ragear falling over a waterfall.

Humbled and having learned maturity while as a ram, Grey proposes to Bianca and they are married in the sheep village, the wolf pack and the sheep herd living together in peace. Nearby, Mami explains that the potion she and Bianca gave Grey was just spring water, and his transformation came from having learned responsibility. She looks on as the village of sheep and wolves celebrate their new united community.

Cast

The wolves

Grey was Petrov's first voice role, and he had considered leaving the film after his first recording takes for the character were unsuccessful. However, he was persuaded by director Maxim Volkov to keep practicing his voice talent and started enjoying working for the film.[5][6][7]
Bianca went through the most re-drawings, sketches and 3D models out of all the film's characters.[8] The designers intended to achieve a "pretty" and "decisive" style for her.[8] The character was originally planned to have light skin, but the final result for her was a wolf with darker blue fur given the light color "looked bad" with Grey.[8] As Boyarskaya explained, considering that Bianca was "so beautiful," she had to speak her lines at a much higher pitch than she was comfortable with, which caused her to "almost [break her] voice."[9]

The sheep

Iowa and McClain also sang the film's theme song "Raised High."[10]

The other animals

  • Tatyana Shitova (Russian) and Jennie Grace (English dub) as Mami, a gypsy jackrabbit.
  • Oleg Morozov (Russian) and Tyler Bunch (English dub) as Bucho, an ox living in the sheep village.

Concept

The story of Sheep and Wolves is loosely based on the elements of the German fairy tale The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids and the concepts of a wolf in sheep's clothing. Director Maksim Volkov explained that the staff at Wizart conceived a film of showcasing these ideas using a body-exchange story formula used in many popular comedy stories, describing it as a "funny and kind" idea to show to all viewers.[11][12] The film features messages about friendship and how to properly deal with another group of people.[13] Volkov described the sheep in the film as elves or hobbits and the wolves as warlike nomads: "It was important for us to create a contrast, since the protagonist turns from a wolf into a ram, and therefore acquires the qualities of another 'person' and loses traits peculiar to wolves."[13]

According to a writer for Expert magazine, many film viewers noticed similarities between the plots of Sheep and Wolves and another Russian animated film that was released in Russian theaters in March 2016 named Kikoriki: Legend of the Golden Dragon (2017). The film involves its protagonist Barash transforming into a caterpillar by wearing a helmet invented by a scientist at Kikoriki Island. The Expert journalist noted identical messages between the two films about a person not being himself to the point of not recognizing who he really is. The only difference these two films was the relationship aspects between characters. As the journalist analyzed, "Unlike the Smeshariki, where the personal relationships between the almost sexless heroes have already been established, the Romantic line is clearly drawn in the Wolves and Sheep: the main character-Grey the wolf is not very clever trying to attract the attention of the wolf Bianca - this is one of the obstacles that he has to overcome in a duel with himself."[14]

The main characters in the film - wolves and sheep aren't completely animals. Instead the animators humanized them into anthropomorphic characters. The civilized animal characters live in a utopian forest society where they walk on hind legs. The sheep are depicted at the highest rung in the civilization ladder who live in houses and use industrial society household items. The animators presented the setting as a typical evergreen forest in Central Russia although there are exotic elements added such as elephants as a reference to The Elephants by Salvador Dalí.[15]

Production

Development

Wizart Animation began working on the Sheep and Wolves movie ever since 2012. The film was Wizart's first original story concept.[16] The movie became a joint venture between Wizart and CTB Film Company. Sergey Selyanov of CTB Film Company, took part in producing the film.[5] The film was the directorial debut of Andrey Galat and Maksim Volkov.[17] American scriptwriter Neil Landau (Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Tad, the Lost Explorer) joined the script-writing team that included "Sugar, 1 kg" (Yolki) as well as Maksim Sveshnikov (Dobrynya and The Dragon, The Snow Queen) who adapted the classic story of a wolf in sheep's clothing theme into a full-fledged comedy movie.[18]

The writers presented an innovative new approach when drawing inspiration from the source material. This time they presented the big bad wolf as a protagonist.[19] The writers noted wolves and sheep are irreconcilable enemies. They presented how warring factions must find common ground with each other evoking another theme of friendship especially described between the characters interactions of Bianca and Lyra. The peaceful sheep society resembles a civilization similar to the Roman civilization. The society suddenly finds themselves confronting a barbaric wolf clan. The idea is similar to the plot in the Franco-Belgian comic book series Asterix.[20]

The script played with philosophical arguments such as sanctity of life. The spokesperson for the philosophy were assigned to the wolf leader characters of the wolf pack whose emotional speeches parallels the rhetoric of politicians in human history that aligns with modern realities.[20] The film portrayed the character Magra as a wise leader of the wolf pack who defends the laws of his ancestors and teaches other wolves to live in harmony with nature: "We do not hunt for sport. We catch only what we need to survive. Every life is sacred. A leader that doesn't respect the laws of our ancestors will bring death to the pack."[21] The inviolability of life, "only taking as much food as they need to eat and never killing for the sake of killing alone" is explored by the character Ragear who is portrayed in the film as the new successor of the wolf pack who wants to hunt the sheep with a laissez-faire mentality making the sacrosanct laws of the character Magra and the ancestors void.[22][23] The film will present Grey, the main character among this struggle, who is portrayed as a second in command intended on persuading the wolf clan to follow the principles of democracy.[24]

Sheep and Wolves took five years to make.[14] The film went through around three months of pre-production and was noteworthy for its international collaboration from several nations such as New Zealand, India, and United States production companies.[25] On 5 November 2014, the American Film Market hosted the film's exhibition.[26] There the film signed to be released to the cinemas in Australia.[27] The largest international market for audiovisual content, MIPCOM, held in Cannes from 5 to 8 October 2015 also was host to the presentation of the film.[28] Russian newspapers TASS and Izvestia included Sheep and Wolves in the top ten most anticipated films of 2016.[29][30] Cartoon Brew labelled the movie in its catalog of "Animated Feature Films to Look for in 2016."[31]

An acclaimed cast was announced from both Russian and international versions. The movie starred Alexander Petrov (Attraction) as Grey, Elizaveta Boyarskaya (<i>Three Heroes on the Distant Shores</i> [ru]) as Bianca, Sergey Bezrukov (The Ballad of Uhlans) as Magra, Andrey Rozhkov (Lucky Case [ru]) as Seagull, Yuri Galtsev (Rzhevsky Versus Napoleon) as Zico, and singer Katia Iowa as Lyra.[7]

Todd Resnick of The Voice Company, in Burbank, California. was announced as voice director who picked a noteworthy international cast that included Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy- Harry Potter) as Grey the wolf, Ruby Rose as Bianca, and China Anne McClain as Lyra.[10] For the Bulgarian voice cast, singers and actors performed including Raffi Boghosian, Michael Filev, Joanna Dragneva, and Nencho Balabanov.[32]

Animation

Animators used 3D stereoscopy art for the sheep and wolves characters of the film.[33] The animation department's most complex assignment was having to deal with controlling the wool for the characters.[34] Volkov explained that "working with wool took a lot of time and became a serious test of the professionalism of our animators."[34] The characters with "straight" hair had only two layers of fur, while figures with woolly hair was made up of many layers.[34] Thus, the scenes that regard the wolf pack were produced first.[8] The amount of wool a character had in each shot was determined by their distance from the camera in order to achieve an "organic" look.[34]

Volkov described the tournament scene, with consisted of 1,300 sheep figures, as the most difficult to animate.[34] The smoothness of Cliff's feather was another part of the animation labeled by the Volkov as hard to work with.[34] All of the animators watched animal behavior and nature as reference to make the film look realistic.[34] Programmers from Ireland were hired to watch how plants and trees grow and program those movements for the film.[34] Translations also presented a challenge because the comedic lines had the potential to be misinterpreted.[35]

Soundtrack

Composer Alexandre Lessertisseur, who has previously worked on such films as Glacé and Manon, 20 Years orchestrated the original score. The film's audio production took place in New Zealand and Scotland.[25] The theme song "Raised High" were performed by Lyra's voice: Katia Iowa for the Russian release and by China Anne McClain for the international release.[36][37] In July 2016, the score was nominated for the Jerry Goldsmith Awards in the category 'best score for a full-length film.'[38]

Cultural references

Sheep and Wolves features references to several films and media:

Release

Theatrical

Wizart Animation revealed the opening of the film will be in April 2016 in the Baltics and Bulgaria followed up with summer releases in Poland, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Albania.[41] Sheep and Wolves had a pre-release on 22 April 2016 in Romania.[42] A pre-screening of Sheep and Wolves took place in the Voronezh-based theater Star & Mlad on 23 April 2016. The government of Voronezh assisted in having children from eight boarding schools to attend the premiere.[25] Sheep and Wolves was one of the most anticipated films in Russian cinema in 2016 according to TASS.[43] Sheep and Wolves made its official Russian theatrical premiere on 28 April 2016.[25]

In the summer and autumn of 2016, the film released in more than forty countries, including Poland, Croatia, and Slovenia.[44] The film ran at the 2016 Russian Film Week in London. Festival director Filip Perkon said that animated films like Sheep and Wolves would be the easiest Russian films to reach audiences from across the globe.[45] The cartoon was launched in cinemas in Italy on 17 November 2016. In Poland, the film was shown on 140 screens.[46] Sheep and Wolves released in cinemas in Portugal (Lanterna de Pedra Filmes) on 5 January 2017.[47] A special premiere was held at the westernmost point in Europe on Cape Rock. Following Portugal in early 2017, the story of Grey the wolf was seen by residents of three Latin American countries (Colombia, Bolivia, and Ecuador), and in spring and summer it was shown in Hungary, Germany, and Denmark.[48] Koch Media issued the film for home media in the nations of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, and South Tyrol. ADS Service released the film in Hungary.[49] In 2017, in Greece, Wizart Animation films were seen for the first time as Spentzos Films agreed to distribute the film. KLB distributed in France. French TV channel Gulli featured the movie.[47] Eagle Entertainment closed deals for the film to be released in Australia and New Zealand in 2017.[50]

Sheep & Wolves had a theatrical run in Norway via the company Storytelling Media and was the first Russian independent animated film to have a Norwegian theatrical release.[49] Flame Node Entertainment and Alibaba Pictures Group released the film in theaters of China, and BoXoo Entertainment released it in South Korea.[47][51] According to producer Yuri Moskvin of Wizart Animation, the Chinese market is key for the rental of Sheep and Wolves, with the show expected to reach the widest audience.[52] The film had a limited release in US during March of 2018.[53] The movie continued its run in new countries of UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Falkland Islands, English-speaking Gibraltar, and Malta with DVD release set for 9 April 2018.[54]

PRO FILMS released the film in Bulgaria. Company leader Emil Simeonov recalled the marketing campaign that took place in the nation for the film as "massive, we had four of the top 20 most popular singers and actors involved and we covered every channel I know, even a few communication channels I'd heard of for the first time."[55] The film was also played at the Cannes Film Festival,[56] Annecy International Animated Film Festival,[57] and the Oaxaca FilmFest.[58] Gravel Road Distribution Group agreed to distribute the Sheep and Wolves series to Africa in 2020 during the Key Buyers Event.[59]

Box office

The animated film was one of the most anticipated premieres of Russian cinema in 2016.[29] The movie's budget was $3.4 million (~230 rubles).[2] In Russia, with the film opening to 1,892 theaters in its first week,[60] Sheep and Wolves debuted at number two, grossing 46,720,975 rubles[61] and attracting more than 234,000 viewers.[60][62] The film grossed a total of 143,789,109 throughout its entire 19-week Russian run.[63] The movie took the leading positions as one of the most successful Russian projects at the international box office in 2016.[64] In Croatia, the movie managed to take second place in premiere week after Bridget Jones 3.[65] The movie attained top three status in Bulgaria.[66]

In Lithuania, the film made 1,449.39 euros on its first week and began at number 16 in the nation's box office.[67] By the next week, the film topped the Lithuania box office and grossed 19,476,08 more euros.[68] The film also ranked in the top ten of the box offices of other countries such as Poland,[69] Romania,[70] Slovenia,[71] and Turkey.[72] The film grossed a worldwide amount of $4.1 million (~301 million rubles) breaking even its production budget amount of 230 million rubles.[73]

Critical reception

Sheep and Wolves received mixed-to-negative reviews from critics. Russian-speaking critics note the cartoon has a straightforward, but clearly structured plot; a thorough study of the characters; and the comparative identity of the project. Boris Ivanov of Film.ru thought the picture was decent for Russian cinema, noting its graphics and animation, although there were some shortcomings in directing, expressed in a lack of dimensionality in the narrative. "A slightly understated, but mostly decent Russian comedy cartoon about a sloppy wolf who turned into a ram. The charming main character demonstrates mental immaturity, gets into a mess, experiences adventures, realizes his mistakes, shows heroism, demonstrates that he has corrected himself… And the reward is a well-deserved happy end. Nothing particularly new or unusual, but against the background of what some other Russian studios are doing, it's nice to see the work of professionals."[74]

Susanna Alperina for Russian newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta says the movie is a "a well-constructed drama." In some segments the reviewer mistakes it for a foreign movie which is a compliment, "And the most amazing and pleasant thing is that sometimes during viewing there is a feeling that the screen is not a domestic product at all, but a purchased one, only our stars are voicing it. And this is great!"[20] Alexey Mazhaev notes that the cartoon is at the level of Western animation patterns, although the amount of adult humor and drama in the tape is less than in similar films by DreamWorks and Walt Disney Pictures. Mazhaev notes that the animals in the animated film are at a rather high civilized level, and the lack of elaboration by the scriptwriters of the crazy transformations from a wolf into a ram and vice versa "gives the plot a kind of absurd charm. Wolves and Sheep convincingly show the superiority of good over evil, without slipping into moralizing."[23]

Dmitry Bortnikov gave the movie 8/10 stars stating the movie is revolutionary and almost comes close to the level of Soviet animation: "In fact, it turned out that the cartoon is the best thing that has happened to our animation, short meter does not count, for the last twenty years." The critic commended the movie's various media references such as Star Wars and The Lion King, as well as the apt voice cast. The review ended by stating,"So we are living in an exciting time, and it is possible that projects will be created right before our eyes that will change the industry and create something as strong and original as Soviet animation."[15]

Many critics found the depth of the blue color in the film canvas to be exceptional. Caution Spoilers found the animation to be a plus point: "The animation is nothing exceptional, though it is an exceptionally pretty film (possibly too garish for some). The grass is very green, the sky is very blue, the flowers and butterflies every colour of the rainbow. Even the darker hues used when we visit the wolf pack in its stony camp have a richness, the blue-greys of the rocks muted but still with depth."[75] Olesya Troshina claims that the animation of Wolves and Sheep is not bad, but not without flaws and roughness, and the drawing of animals in the tape, although it does not reach the level of Zootopia, is attentive to details. The review stated landscapes, however, are colorful and look good especially because of its blue canvas:

"To this you can add colorful landscapes consisting of lilac, blue, and other beautiful shades that look very decent...And throughout the cartoon, you can feel the originality, reverent attitude, and painstaking work of its creators."[24]

Another review from Кino Mail(ru) also commended the film's animated blue sky, "What interiors and landscapes, water streams and trees, clouds of fog, and magic smoke filling the wagon of the Gypsy rabbit Mami! What a sky, and finally, wool on the main characters."[76] Kirill Ilyukhin also believes the plot of the film is not original, but amusing and interesting to the main target audience - children. Scoring the film a seven out of ten, the review compared the movie to Kung Fu Panda (2008). The reviewer stated, "They really got a cartoon, which has its own zest." The critic said the children would enjoy its humor and story and the adults its references to other films.[39] Olivier Bachelard, writing for the French source Abus de Ciné, praised the film's visuals, highlighting its "fluid" animation and "impressive" use of colors, and wrote that young viewers would enjoy the story the most.[77]

Awards

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref(s)
Zlin Film Festival (Czech Republic) 29 May 2016 Panorama Sheep and Wolves Nominated [78]
Annecy 13 June 2016 Full-Length Film Sheep and Wolves Nominated [79][57]
Jerry Goldsmith Awards 1 July 2016 Best Score for a Feature Film Alexander Lessertissier Nominated [38]
Guro International Kids Film Festival 28 July 2016 Grand Prix Yuri Moskvin Won [80]
Catalina Film Festival 1 October 2016 Best Feature Film Sheep and Wolves Won [81]
Meraki International Film Fest (Spain) 24 October 2016 Best Feature Film Sheep and Wolves Semifinalist [82]
Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) 24 November 2016 Animated Feature Film Yuri Moskvin

Sergey Selyanov

Vladimir Nikolaev

Nominated [83]
Golden Unicorn Award 5 December 2016 Animated Film Sheep and Wolves Won [84]
Golden Eagle 27 January 2017 Animated Film Maksim Volkov Nominated [85]
Suzdalfest 15 March 2017 Diploma in the category Best Feature Film Maxim Volkov Won [86]
Golden Elephant (ICFF-Lucknow) 5 April 2017 Outstanding Achievement Award Maxim Volkov Won [87]
Icarus 8 April 2017 Best Cartoons at the Box Office Maksim Volkov

Sergey Selyanov

Vladimir Nikolaev

Yuri Moskvin

Nominated [88]
Vienna Independent Film Festival 2017 Animated Film Andrey Galat (director)

Maksim Volkov (director)

Wizart Animation

CTB Film Company

Nominated [89]
Marbella International Film Festival 17 July 2018 Animation, Feature Maksim Volkov Nominated [90]
International Animated Film Festival WFAF (Varna-2018) 12 September 2018 Animated Feature Films Sheep and Wolves Nominated [91][92]

Sequels

Sheep and Wolves in its global coverage has managed to be released in more than forty countries.[93] In an April 2016 interview, Yuri Moskvin revealed that the company began a script for a sequel of the film planned for release in 2018. It will be produced by the same team as the first film and is expected to come out in the spring of 2018.[25]

The sequel Sheep and Wolves: Pig Deal was released in Russia in January 2019.[94] Vertical Entertainment picked up the sequel for distribution in North America on 29 January 2021.[95]

In late 2019 to 2020, it was rumored that a third Sheep and Wolves movie is in production and might release in 2021 or 2022.

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