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 byYuri Moskvin
Vladimir Nikolaev
Written byAleksey Tsitsilin
Vladimir Nikolaev
Aleksey Zamyslov
Andrei Korenkov
Robert Lence
  • Russian Dub:
  • Natalya Bystrova (ru)
  • Nikolay Bystrov
  • Filipp Lebedev
  • Olga Zubkova
  • Diomid Vinogradov
  • Olga Shorokhova
  • English Dub
  • Laurie Hymes
  • Jason Griffith
  • Graham Halstead
  • Billy Bob Thompson
  • Devin Bailey Griffin
  • Scott Rayow
Music byFabrizio Mancinelli
Release date
  • 22 December 2016 (2016-12-22) (Russia)
Running time
80 minutes
Budget$6.3 million (360 million RUB)[1]
Box office$24.5 million[2]

The Snow Queen 3: Fire and Ice (Russian: Снежная королева 3: Огонь и лёд) is a 2016 Russian animated film sequel to The Snow Queen and The Snow Queen 2. After trailers aired November 2016,[3] it debuted in Asia 22 December 2016.

Originally the film was supposed to be a Russian-Chinese co-production,[4] with the Chinese animation company Flame Node Entertainment co-producing the film, but eventually only Russian animation company Wizart Animation was credited with the production of the movie.

In February 2017 it was distributed to Australia and France.[5]

A fourth installment, The Snow Queen: Mirrorlands was released on January 1st, 2019.


The film is about the importance of family and helping.[6]

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." Kai and Gerda are tired of wandering and go to visit Orm. There they meet Rollan and hear a legend about themselves. As a result, Kai and Gerda quarrel. Kai together with Alfida (daughter of the Pirate Boss Lady) travel. Rollan told Gerda the legend of the Rock which fulfills wishes, and they go into the forbidden troll caves. Only after reaching their destination they learn that the stone is composed of two magic parts: Fire and Ice. By releasing these forces, they can become the perpetrators of a global catastrophe....


Role Russian English
Gerda Natalya Bystrova (ru) Laurie Hymes
Kai Nikolay Bystrov Jason Griffith
Rollan Filipp Lebedev Graham Halstead
Orm Diomid Vinogradov Billy Bob Thompson
Alfida Olga Zubkova Devin Bailey Griffin
Pirate Boss Lady Samara Naeymi
Grandma Olga Shorokhova Vanessa Johansson
Arrog Vsevolod Kuznetsov Scott Rayow
Shaman Aleksandr Gruzdev Marc Thompson
Hippie Mikhail Tikhonov
Locum Fill Savenkov
Rahat/Vegard (uncredited) Oleg Novikov Tom Wayland
Maribel/Una (uncredited) Irina Derienko Lori Gardner
Snow Queen Ekaterina Afrikantova Eileen Stevens
Luta Dee Bradley Baker
Troll Kids Olga Zubkova,
Olga Shorokhova
Lori Gardner,
Eileen Stevens,
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld


  1. ^ Voronezh “The Snow Queen 3” becomes most expensive Russian cartoon in 2016 - RIA Voronezh, 13 December 2017
  2. ^ [1] // Box Office Mojo
  3. ^ "Wizart Thaws Out New 'Snow Queen 3' Trailer". 22 November 2016.
  4. ^ 'Snow Queen 3' to Be First Chinese-Russian Co-Production - The Hollywood Reporter, 8/7/2015
  5. ^ "Berlin: 'Snow Queen 3' Sells to France, Australia".
  6. ^ Barraclough, Leo (11 February 2017). "Russian Cinema Looks Beyond Borders for Greater Traction".

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