Wizards and Giants
Teaser poster


Andrés Couturier
Eduardo Sprowls


Martinez Vara Adolfo
Jose C. Garcia de Letona
Francisco Hirata


Rossy Aguirre
Francisco Colmenero
Miguel Couturier
Eduardo Garza
Juan Ramón Huerta
Arath de la Torre
Moisés Iván Mora
Rubén Trujillo
Gaby Ugarte
Xochitl Ugarte


20th Century Fox International


Anima Studios

Release date

November 19, 2003

Running time

83 minutes



Wizards and Giants (simply known as Magos y Gigantes in Spanish) is a flash animated fanstasy-comedy film produced by Anima Studios and 20th Century Fox and was originally released in Mexico on November 19, 2003. This is Anima Studios' first ever feature film and project and is also the first ever flash animated feature film to be released theatrically.


Magos y Gigantes tells the story of Gigante, a vertically challenged giant, Ada, a fairy who's wings have yet to blossom and Trafalgar, a curious looking little wizard and their adventures while attending the biggest magic tournament in the land of Reino Magico, and the ensuing mayhem when Titan Caradura, an evil wizard, is disqualified from the tournament and seeks revenge by hatching up an elaborate plan to steal the magic powers from all the inhabitants of Reino Magico.


  • Rossy Aguirre as Ada
  • Francisco Colmenero as Mago Enigma
  • Miguel Couturier as Omega / Guardaespaldas1
  • Eduardo Garza as Jack in the box
  • Juan Ramón Huerta as Alfa / Guardaespaldas2
  • Arath de la Torre as Titán Caradura
  • Moisés Iván Mora as Cochinito
  • Rubén Trujillo as Trafalgar
  • Gaby Ugarte as Princesa Luna
  • Xochitl Ugarte as Gigante


20th Century Fox and Anima Studios released this film in theaters throughout Mexico, Central America, and Latin America. It is produced in flash animation becoming the first ever flash animated film to be released in theaters.


Even though this film was not screened for critics, this film received mixed reviews from general audience, scoring a 50% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes.[1]


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