Paramount Pictures

Hansel and Gretel:
Witch Hunters

Film

Picturemill collaborated with director Tommy Wirkola and producer Kevin Messick to create an elaborate sequence to tell the early adventures of Hansel & Gretel as they grow up to be Witch Hunters. The tale of the orphans was created in Stereo3D using a combination of hand drawn illustrations, practical fire effects and CG animation. Picturemill also created a Stereo3D sequence for the end crawl celebrating the weapons and wands of the story and the mayhem created in the wake of Hansel & Gretel, suggesting the future adventures of the twins.

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