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The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice

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The Snow Queen 3
The Snow Queen 3 Fire and Ice.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byAleksey Tsitsilin
Produced by
  • Yuri Moskvin
  • Vladimir Nikolaev(ru)
Written by
  • Aleksey Tsitsilin
  • Vladimir Nikolaev
  • Alexey Zamyslov
  • Andrey Korenkov
Starring
  • Russian:
  • Natalya Bystrova (ru)
  • Nikolay Bystrov
  • Filipp Lebedev
  • Olga Zubkova (ru)
  • Diomid Vinogradov
  • Olga Shorokhova
  • Vsevolod Kuznetsov(ru)
  • Irina Deriyenkova
  • Aleksandr Gruzdev
  • English
  • Laurie Hymes
  • Jason Griffith
  • Graham Halstead
  • Billy Bob Thompson
  • Devin Bailey Griffin
  • Scott Rayow
  • Lori Gardner
  • Marc Thompson
  • Vanessa Johansson
Music byFabrizio Mancinelli
Edited byRobert Lence
Production
company
Distributed byUniversal Pictures International (UPI)
Release date
  • 29 December 2016 (2016-12-29) (Russia)
Running time
89 minutes[1]
CountryRussia
LanguagesRussian
English
Budget$6.3 million (360 million RUB)[2]
Box office$24.6 million[3]

The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice (Russian: Снежная королева 3: Огонь и лёд, romanizedSnezhnaya Koroleva 3: Ogon' i Lyod, lit.'The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice') is a 2016 Russian 3D computer-animated fantasy adventure family film written and directed by Aleksey Tsitsilin. The trilogy film is the sequel to the The Snow Queen 2 that is produced by Wizart Animation. The films stars Nataliya Bystrova as Gerda alongside an ensemble cast of Nikolay Bystrov, Filipp Lebedev, Diomid Vinogradov, Olga Zubkova, Vsevolod Kuznetsov, Irina Deriyenkova, Aleksandr Gruzdev, and Olga Shorokhova. The international cast included Laurie Hymes as Gerda and Jason Griffith, Graham Halstead, Billy Bob Thompson, Devin Bailey Griffin, Billy Bob Thompson, Scott Rayow, Lori Gardner, Marc Thompson, Vanessa Johansson, Tom Wayland, Samara Nayemi, Eileen Stevens, and Dee Bradley Baker in supporting roles.

The movie like its prequels is inspired by the classic 1844 story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen. The main character of the story is Gerda whose name is same as the main character in the Danish fairy tale. Gerda the heroine meets fire boy Rollan along with other friends who embark on a new journey to reunite her family. Gerda and Rollan try to harness their newfound powers of ice and fire as their travels include the Northern Kingdom and Spain. The film was noted for its situational comedy and cliffhangers along with the juxtaposition of fire and ice elements.The polar winter settings used throughout the series was also part of the film.

The animated movie pre-sold during the early stage of production with simultaneous release and special promotional activities planned during the theatrical distribution period. The film was Wizart Animation's highest budgeted animation film. After trailers aired November 2016,[4] the film debuted in Russia on 29 December 2016. Thereafter, it was released in many European countries, as well as throughout Latin America over the years up to 2018. The adventure family animation movie went on to set a foreign box office record for a Russian animation film. The trilogy film became a standout for critical reviewers who commended the lore and visual effects of the film.

Plot

The film is about the importance of family and helping. Gerda still has an unfinished dream to find her parents who were once taken away from them by the North Wind and finally reunite the family. The tireless pirate Alfida, laughable troll Orm, and his furry companion, weasel Luta will help her achieve the dream. Several years have passed since the events of the films The Snow Queen and The Snow Queen 2: Magic of the Ice Mirror. Kai and Gerda are national heroes and regularly tell the story of how they defeated the Snow Queen. Kai and Gerda are tired of wandering and go to visit Orm. Together with Alfida they journey to the land of the trolls. Orm introduce them to a cheerful guy named Rollan. He is a Spaniard, who is a researcher on urban legends.

The pirates, who are commanded by the Pirate Boss Lady, have robbed the bank of a small seaside town. Only one man resisted them who was nicknamed Rollan the Legend. Disarming him, the Pirate Boss Lady gave him the book "Legends of Trolls." Rollan spins tales of great grandeur and Gerda tugs along with her own version. Gerda states how she defeated the Snow Queen accidentally. This caused Kai to be distressed because they already made a pact, that they will never again reveal that story and boast about their past. Rollan gapes with astonishment at the truth while Kai quarrels and sails away with Alfida. Rollan comes back to his wits as he tells something with more truth. Rollan tells Gerda the story of the Wishing Stone - an artifact that, according to legends, can fulfill any desire, and it is located in the forbidden caves under Lake Gao.

Thereafter they seek the artifact. They go into the forbidden troll caves. The pair fall into an underground chamber protected by robots. They escape the attacks and find their path to the resting place of the Wishing Stone. Only after reaching their destination, do they learn that the stone is composed of two magic parts: the Stone of Fire and Ice. However, once they wrest it from its pedestal the lake begins to bubble with lava. Climatic events occurs as they realize by releasing these forces, they become the perpetrators of a global catastrophe. They must construct an ice train to a library to find out how to neutralize the gems. From that moment on things do not go according to the initial plan. Troll king Arrog begins to hunt them down. Gerda must be able to tame the mighty forces of the magical elements and get her family back.

Cast

Character Original English
Gerda Nataliya Bystrova Laurie Hymes
Kai Nikolay Bystrov Jason Griffith
Rollan Filipp Lebedev Graham Halstead
Orm Diomid Vinogradov Billy Bob Thompson
Alfida Olga Zubkova Devin Bailey Griffin
Arrog Vsevolod Kuznetsov Scott Rayow
Maribel Irina Deriyenkova Lori Gardner
Shaman Aleksandr Gruzdev Marc Thompson
Grandma Olga Shorokhova Vanessa Johansson
Rahat Oleg Novikov Tom Wayland
Locum Fill Savenkov Marc Thompson
Hippie Mikhail Tikhonov Marc Thompson
Pirate Boss Lady Olga Zubkova Samara Nayemi
Troll Kids Olga Zubkova
Olga Shorokhova
Lori Gardner
Eileen Stevens
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld
Snow Queen Katerina Afrikantova Eileen Stevens
Luta Dee Bradley Baker

Production

Development

With the impetus to sustain The Snow Queen series, Wizart Animation undertook a third installation.[5] Production started with the first official poster premiering at 2015 Cannes Film Festival.[6] The picture became one of the first Chinese-Russian co-production in film history as Beijing's Flame Node Entertainment became one of the producers of the film.[7] The scriptwriters were Aleksey Tsitsilin, Vladimir Nikolaev, Alexey Zamyslov, and Andrey Korenkov. Robert Lence, an animator and story writer, who has previously served as one of the Beauty and the Beast, A Bug’s Life, and Home on the Range writers for studios Walt Disney Studio, Pixar, and DreamWorks consulted with the script writing team.[8][9] From initial snippets to the final version, about 53 variants of the plot development were written.[10] The screenplay started to be written two years ago before the announcement of the film and after going through over fifty changes, it was completed only in 183 days. The most difficult part of the script writing experience was the episode where Gerda receives the Wishing Stone.[11]

Director Aleksey Tsitsilin remarked Robert Lence's expertise in adapting the screenplay for the international audience. Robert Lence gave a positive feedback to the movie. Lence says, "I’m really charmed with wonderful world of the Trolls that the authors have created. It brings a unique story to the animated film. 'Snow Queen' is a good message for kids – importance of families and friends combined with humor and fun. The characters realize how they really need each other, the true value of being a family."[8]

The writers used the theme of adventure as a focal point of the plot. The artifact Wishing Stone will be the motif that drives the plot. The ancient artifact is depicted as a wish fulfillment object despite its side effects of unprecedented environmental change.[12] When the characters wrest the Wishing Stone from its pedestal, climatic fire effects occur. This episode parallels media references to the many adventure suspense films of the 1900s such as Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.[13][14] The movie is added into the historical fantasy category when the characters investigate the motif object's history in catacombs and libraries. The protagonists become fairy tale archaeologists.[15] The writers also developed the message of kinship and family values.[16]

The Russian voice cast included Nataliya Bystrova as Gerda. Diomid Vinogradov voiced Orm, Nikolay Bystrov voiced Kai, Filipp Lebedev voiced Rollan, and Olga Zubkova voiced Alfida. The English cast included Laurie Hymes as Gerda, Billy Bob Thompson as Orm, Jason Griffith as Kai, and Graham Halstead as Rollan.[11]

During the American Film Market in November 2015, Wizart presented new materials for Fire and Ice.[17] At the exhibition a new character Rollan was introduced, who is described as a collector of legends.[18] At the AFM, Polish company Kino Świat(pl) committed for a wide release in Poland.[19]

Animation

The animators continued their artistry in CGI animation for The Snow Queen: Fire and Ice. They introduced a new character Rollan. Artists went to Spain for inspiration. Over three hundred sketches of streets, buildings and the coast were made. However, the Scandinavian landscape from the original series is still present.[20][10] For visualization, a 3D model was made in the center of the animation studio. Designs of the panorama in the City of Trolls was inspired by a specific place on the Scandinavian Peninsula, the Ringedalsvatnet. There the iconic Norwegian rock formation Troll Tongue rock (Trolltunga) was chosen as a template for the film sets.[10] A Gérardmer review stated, "the Trolls are a beautiful invention, a chimera between Rabbits and Moomins."[21] The animation required eighteen hours of 2D animation. For 3D, the animators rendered about 55,000 images, far more than five thousand images required for The Snow Queen 2. The animation in terms of numbers included the depiction of around 1,342 original trees and 350 variations of the wardrobe of the three main human characters.[10]

Animators introduced a new villain - the Fire King, a spider volcano which required the most effort in design. Other sophisticated designs included the underground lava chamber in Lake Gao. Before animation, the movie filmed the cues from the voice actor's expression that served as a guide for later production.[10] During the preparation of the animated film, five hours of acting were recorded. The emotions of the performers were based on the principles pioneered by social psychologist Paul Ekman. The juxtaposition of fire and ice was developed as a theme for the movie. To design animated lava, specialists drew inspiration from over 23 hours of lava video.[20][10]

A typical frame of the cartoon consists of 40-50 working layers on which the light is exposed. The backgrounds and characters are correctly highlighted so that the color of the picture is transmitted to the viewer with maximum saturation. The setting Lake Gao in comparison required over 250 layers.[20][10] Ice special effects such as the avalanche episode required in-depth memory. One second of the working video of an avalanche, after gluing all the frames and "collecting" all layers with light, required ten gigabytes.[10] The pirates of Alfida were bought back from the sequel. The entire team of pirates characters were used to full capacity. The character Snow Queen would be developed with humor and the character weasel Luta would resume the animated gags.[14]

Soundtrack

The original score was composed by Fabrizio Mancinelli who had worked on a number of projects such as Disney's Growing up with Nine Old Men (directed by Ted Thomas).[22] The composer noted the score for the movie is one of his best works to date. The theme song was discovered by exploring a whistling tune during production.[23] The music for the soundtrack was recorded by Budapest Scoring under the direction of Peter Pejtsik. The lyrics were written by singer, songwriter and guitarist Johnny Dav who has previously composed the music for TV series A Matter of Honor and Family Business.[24] The Russian actress of musicals, Natalia Bystrova and the winner of “Musical Heart of Theater” performed the main song “Fire and Ice."[25][26] Drew Ryniewicz of X-Factor also gave voice to the feature track.[27] The Korean band WJSN / COSMIC GIRLS gave voice to the theme song rendered for the South Korean audience.[28] Starship Entertainment employed singers Yoo Yeon-jung and DaWon(ko) to create the album: The Snow Queen 3 : Fire & Ice OST.[29] Singer-songwriter Eve Ottino sung the theme song "Le feu et la glace" for the French release.[21]

Release

Theatrical

On 29 December 2016 the film was shown for the first time all across Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States simultaneously.[30] The trequel had a wide release in Russia, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, South Korea, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Cypress, the UAE, and Turkey in the New Year holiday.[31][11] It is also the biggest Russian animation of the year screening in just about every movie theater in the country.[11] Blitz released the third installment in Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Albania.[32]

On 1 January 2017 Wizart Animation organized a special screening on the oldest Russian Antarctic station named Mirny. The Russian Antarctic Expedition (RAE) members received a special cargo of New Year cards along with the DVD of the movie. The members of the expedition were one of the first people to see the animated movie and share their impressions from it.[33]

International sales manager Anna Pokorskaya handled foreign distributions that gave the movie a global trajectory. Pokorskaya remarked, despite a small budget, the film was highly received by distributors.[34] In January 2017, the movie was released in South Korea with over 450 screens.[35] Afterwards, the movie was presented to the European audience. Wizart concluded a deal with Universal Pictures Video France for distribution across France and the French-speaking territories in Europe and Africa.[32] It was the first Russian animated feature ever released in French-speaking territories.[23] Just before the release in France, it was nominated for out of competition selection at the Festival de Gérardmer in 2018.[36] The film also released in Portugal through Cinemundo and Indonesia through PT.Satuvisi Abadi (Onevision Entertainment).[37]

After widespread release in over fifty Europe and Asian markets, the movie premiered globally across Oceania, the Americas, and Africa. In 2017 distributor Odin’s Eye released the movie in Australia and New Zealand.[32][38] The film released in Latin American territories after California Films picked up the distribution rights.[39] In August 2018, the film released in select US theaters via Vertical Entertainment. It was the second Russian release in the US distribution of movies in 2018 after Dislike film.[40][23]

The movie was distributed by Cinémas Guzzo for Canada in 2018. Japanese company the Klockworx Co., Ltd.(ja) agreed to distribute the movie in 2018.[41][42] Quebec-based distributor Cinémas Guzzo distributed the movie in Canadian French-speaking market.[43] The movie released in South Africa, as well as neighboring nations Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Lesotho. Indigenous Film Distribution handled the release for those countries, having previously partnered on the first two Snow Queen films.[44] The animation made its debut in China on 5 April 2018 as the release coincided with the national Qinming Festival.[45][46] The distributor was Turbo Films who allocated 8000 screens for the film.[47] In total the fantasy adventure has been sold to over 150 countries.[44] Rai TV in Italy agreed to air The Snow Queen series, including The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice.[48][49]

Reception

Box office

The winter family adventure film was an animation blockbuster. The initial budget estimates of 360 million rubles (~$5.6M USD) was the highest budgeted Wizart Animation production.[50] After release of the film to domestic and international screens, the movie set records in Russia (CIS). In total in Russia the film took in $5.14 million from 1,170 cinema screens.[51]

Wizart Animation announced that as of 8 Aprill 2017, Russian Animation Day, The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice became the highest-grossing Russian film in foreign box office. The third installment, added $26,000 from just thirteen Canadian cinemas to its earnings, bringing its worldwide total (excluding Russia) to $20.28 million. The previous overseas box office record for a Russian film was Mongol (2007), a co-production of Russia, Germany and Kazakhstan which brought in $20.27 million outside Russia.[52][53] In South Korea, the movie attained the status of the best start of an independent animation studio in 2017 with a collection of $2.39 million.[54]

According to the Press Service of Wizart Animation, preliminary results from five weeks in Bulgaria, demonstrated the film had the best start among independent animation studios in the last twenty years as it entered the top-ten box-office hits.[55] It went to the top charts at the box-office in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, as it released in 215 film theaters. The box-office resulted in 144 thousand euros. As noted by representatives of distribution company Cinemart, “these are the best numbers in the history of screenings of all the parts of the franchise in Czechia and Slovakia in the premier weekend."[56] The movie demonstrated great success in Turkey. Released on 24 February 2017, within 253 theatrical screens, the movie attracted more viewers than its prequels.[57]

The cartoon became the biggest-selling Russian box-office hit in China earning $11.55 million (CN¥72.09M yuan) and slightly pulling ahead of World War II blockbuster Stalingrad (2013). The opening was $2.74 million (a record for Russian animation).[58][59] Following the results of the first weekend starting from 5 April 2018, the third part of The Snow Queen took the third place in the top of the Chinese box-office.[60] Due to the popular demand, the theatrical run of the Snow Queen 3 was officially extended by Chinese film regulators. The film stayed in the theaters until June 2018, coinciding with the National Children's Day. As a comparison, an average theatrical release in China generally lasts for about a month.[61] Adding the overseas performance, the movie had a total gross of $24.6 million.[62] The film was awarded the "Blockbuster" recognition as the highest-grossing Russian film at the Western market in 2018, and occupies sixth in rankings of Kingsboro based on all animated films of all independent studios in the world, that were running in theaters in 2017-2018.[63] The profit was four times the budget (rubles). Together with the rental in Russia, the cartoon earned about $30 million.[64]

Critical response

The film received 3 stars from Common Sense Media. The critical review noted the film's representation of a positive role model and positive messages: "The characters learn the importance of standing by and protecting your family."[65] The feature-length film from Rotten Tomatoes had an approval rating of 95% within 125 audience ratings.[66]

Russian reviews were positive toward the film. A critical review by Makzim Markov gave the movie four stars.[67] Critical review by Film.ru commended, "An interesting and beautiful Russian fairy-tale cartoon comedy in which Gerda finds the magic of the Snow Queen. If the main Russian animated series on the domestic market is by St. Petersburg studio's "Melnitsa", then the best series for the foreign market is Snow Queen by the Voronezh studio Wizart Animation. This is a real extravaganza of bright colors and spectacular designs."[15] Critical review at Izvestia remarked, "In the new film, children will again laugh at the Troll Orm, and their parents will be touched by the joy of their children."[68]

Maria Tereschenko of Kino-Teatr found the movie excellent in its presentation of family values by stating, "Snow Queen 3 continues the theme of 'family values' and loyalty to loved ones stated in the first two episodes. This is another story about how the heart of each of us can become a battleground of good and evil, and only the love of loved ones can save the heroes from rash actions or disastrous consequences." The film props received recognition as they were interesting too: "The creators pay attention to the costumes of the main characters, of which a lot was made for the film (indeed, Gerda's snow dress is beautiful), but even more, perhaps, the peculiar vehicles that appear in this franchise are striking. A beautiful carriage, a ship that rides on ice, a beautiful ice train... and at the hottest moment, Kai has to jump on ice floes floating in hot lava…"[69]

The movie received positive critical review from Mironova Anastasia of New Look Media who said: "An extremely positive and life-affirming cartoon, imbued with a mortal instructive sense of fighting evil and injustice, despite everything, teaches you to fight only with good deeds and deeds, never using evil and negativity in return. Decorated with incendiary and eccentric, but at the same time very kind and cute computer tricks created for the characteristics of each character, makes the cartoon "Fire and Ice" even more comical and exciting."[70]

KinoKultura review by Natalie Kononenko stated: "It is strikingly beautiful. Wizart Studios started out making video games and a game based on this film is already available. As a result of this gaming background, Snow Queen is made in 3-D and it is gorgeous. The fire scenes are especially effective. Rollan with his burning hair and glowing suit is striking, as is Lake Gao, the forbidden lake of fire which Gerda and Rollan must cross. The fire-tossing scenes are vivid as are the scenes where Gerda makes ice formations."[13]

French reviews such as Avoir-Alire noted: "It is a fantastic tale for young and old, staged in a world where trolls and humans come together. The characters are warm, endearing, and evolve in visually more complete settings than in the previous two opuses: the snowy landscapes, the small wooden houses where trolls live, the bluish night, recall the beautiful landscapes of Russia, but also of Northern Europe. The animation is also quite successful, enjoying a sharper graphics, less digital appearance, less artificial and therefore more authentic. The movements of the characters are fluid and well detailed. In short, the overall aesthetic is quite pleasant."[16] Le Parisien remarked, "But the little ones will soon find their mark within the merry band of characters and their adventures in the Far North, more faithful to the original story than Frozen. Inevitably, we can't help but play the game of the seven differences, starting with those between the heroes, with here an evil Snow Queen and there the nice Elsa. There are trolls, a frozen kingdom, and values - love, friendship, fidelity, courage - advocated in both films. And the Russian version also has its heady little song, "Fire and Ice".[71]

German reviews were positive toward the film with one review from Film-Rezensionen saying aside from the "lack of continuity therefore remains a weak point of the series", overall Wizart Animation is improving and setting precedents with each new installment.[72] Moviebreak highlighted one weakness of the movie which was "its quite erratic narrative style and in some places a lack of character depth." Other than that the movie is a perfect entertainer stating, "the film by director Aleksey Tsitsilin offers excellent entertainment. The action is good, the characters are humorous and the story, despite its jumpiness, is exciting and breathtaking. This along with a fabulously staged fantasy world, allows the film to be fun for young and old."[73]

Sofahelden commended the movie is an apt continuation from the prequel: "The plot is an equally fitting sequel to the previous story as well as an independent, exciting, and adventurous journey that knows how to please, even if you don't know the previous parts."[74]

Accolades

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref(s)
Calcutta International Cult Film Festival November 2016 Best Animated Film The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice Runner-up [75]
Lahore International Children's Film Festival (LICFF) 6 December 2017 Feature Animation The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice Won [76]
Cartoons on the Bay 6 April 2017 Animated Feature Film The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice Nominated [77]
CICAF (China International Cartoon Animation Festival) Spring 2018 Animation Feature The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice Nominated [78]
GUKIFF (Guro Kids International Film Festival) 2018 Animation The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice Won [79]
Suzdalfest 17 March 2018 Best Feature Film Aleksey Tsitsilin Won [80]
International Animated Film Festival WFAF (Varna-2018) 2018 Animation The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice Nominated [81]
Marbella International Film Festival 17 July 2018 Animation, Feature Aleksey Tsitsilin Nominated [82]
Xinguang Award International Animation Competition 28 September 2018 Best Animated Feature Film Wizart Animation Nominated [83][84]

Sequels

With the success of the film, the trilogy cemented itself as a popular animation franchise. A fourth installment, The Snow Queen: Mirrorlands, was released on 21 December 2018 in Poland and on 1 January 2019 in Russia.[85] The movie was also received in UK and Ireland on 7 August 2020.[86] The film was packaged to the continent of North America in cable TV on 18 December 2020.[87] The movie was well received by critics noting its innovative plot and the studio Wizart Animation itself is continuing to develop their craftsmanship. Today The Snow Queen animated tetralogy series has managed to be released to over 150 countries and has been translated into 30 languages.[44][88]

See also

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