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The Snow Queen: Fire And Ice
The Snow Queen: Fire And Ice     “Having bravely defeated the Snow
  Queen and the Snow King, a girl and
  her younger brother dream of reuniting
  their family after their parents are
  spirited away by the North Wind, and
  she sets off on a perilous journey to
  enter the Forbidden Cave to make a
  wish for their return on the Wishing
  Stone in the exciting children’s
  fairytale The Snow Queen: Fire And
  Ice
...”


DESPERATE TO BE ONCE AGAIN with their beloved parents who were taken away by the North Wind, Gerda (voice of Laurie Hymes) and her younger brother Kai (voice of Jason Griffiths, better known as the voice of Sonic the Hedgehog) are effectively orphans, surviving by telling stories of Gerda's heroics to an over-appreciative audience.

Gerda and Kai can also rely on help from Orm (voice of Billy-Bob Thompson), one of the friendly Trolls who have many stories to tell of their myths and legends.

The Snow Queen:
Fire And Ice…
a charming, moral and
uplifting story
of adventure with
beautifully expressive
and artistic animation
and a very special
visual appeal...”
After Gerda falls out with Kai, he storms off with Alfida (voice of Devin Bailey Griffin), the daughter of the lady pirate captain (voice of Samara Nayemi), leaving her with a new friend, Rollan (voice of Graham Halstead), who claims also to have lost a parent.

Gerda and Rollan hear of a Wishing Stone, hidden deep within the Forbidden Cave guarded by the Trolls and presided over by a Shaman. Gerda believes the Stone will be the answer to her prayers and Rollan also wants to make a wish for his mother's return.

With careless regard for the taboos of entering the Forbidden Cave, under the mountain kingdom of King Arrog (voice of Scott Rayow), Gerda sets off with Rollan to find the Wishing Stone; little realising the many challenges and dangers that lie ahead.

Having found and wished upon the Wishing Stone, Gerda realises something is wrong. Once again she comes under attack from the Snow Queen's Ice and she and Arrog's Troll army are left to face a dreadful threat from a new enemy — a Fire monster, the existence of which could spell disaster for the whole world.

Is Gerda strong enough to shake off the tendrils of the Snow Queen and rid the kingdom of the Fire monster? In danger of losing her life, Gerda fears she will never again see her parents or her brother. When help comes from an unexpected quarter, will it be enough to break spells and reunite her family?

The Snow Queen
was released in 2012, the first in a high-quality franchise beginning a delightful and heart-warming series of adventures to be enjoyed by all the family. The third part of the story, The Snow Queen: Fire And Ice was hugely anticipated and does not disappoint. This unmissable animated film will appeal to both the young and young-at-heart, especially fans of Frozen, and will be a welcome stocking-filler for young children.

The Snow Queen: Fire And Ice highlights the importance of kindness, bravery, friendship and family; bringing with it a charming, moral and uplifting story of adventure with beautifully expressive and artistic animation with a very special visual appeal.

The Snow Queen: Fire And Ice also features the voices of: Eileen Stevens as The Snow Queen; Loris Gardner as Maribel; Mark Thompson as The Shaman, Lukum and Khippi; Vanessa Johansson as Babushka Orma; and Tom Wayland as Rakhat.

Music is by Fabrizio Mancinelli; Director of Photography is Aleksey Tsitsilin; Written by Vladimir Nikolaev, Aleksey Zamyslov, Andrei Korenkov and Robert Lence; Produced by Yuri Moskvin and Vladimir Nikolaev; and Directed by Aleksey Tsitsilin.

Following the successful releases of The Snow Queen and The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King, the third instalment of the Frozen fairytale franchise from Russian Wizart Animation, The Snow Queen: Fire And Ice, will be released by Altitude Film Entertainment Ltd in the UK on Digital and DVD on 11 November, 2019.

"The Snow Queen: Fire And Ice… a charming, moral and uplifting story of adventure with beautifully expressive and artistic animation and a very special visual appeal."
**** — Maggie Woods, MotorBar
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