• Long métrage
  • 3D

In a few words

Vic the Viking is originally a series of children's books written by Runer Jonsson in the 1960s. It inspired a 2D animated series in 1972, followed by two live-action feature films in 2009 and 2011. A 3D animated series was later created in 2013, directed by Eric Cazes, who is also at the helm of this animated film.


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Synopsis / Project summary

Vic dreams of going on an adventure with the Viking crew. But Halvar, his father thinks he is too frail to be part of such a dangerous journey. When Vic’s mother, Ylva, is accidentally turned into a golden statue by the magical sword of Loki, Halvar and his crew have no choice but to sail to the forges of Loki, beyond the end of the world, in order to destroy the sword and bring Ylva back to life. Reluctantly, Halvar takes Vic along on the drakkar. During this trip filled with surprises and dangers, Vic will not miss the occasion to prove his father he does have the stuff of a true Viking.

Distribution date
Type of project / Format
Long métrage 3D - 81'
Producer / Director / Distributor
Belvision - Studio 100 Animation - Studio 100 Media / Eric Cazes / Cinémas Guzzo Les films

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