Which is Witch, a 3D TV Series Shot in 2D and 3D
Think: “High School Magical”, “Sabrina” meets “Glee” and you will end with "Which is Witch?", a 26-episodes TV series (26 minutes each) being shot from December 2012 to March 2013 in Liège, Belgium. Produced by I love Television, Genao Productions, and Canal J, the series targets 5 to 12 years olds.
"Which is Witch?" is shot in 2D and stereoscopic 3D at the same time. Shooting gear are provided by TSF.BE and include two PS-Technics FreeStyle 3D rigs fitted with a pair of Canon 300C cameras and one Sony PMW TD-300 integrated stereoscopic camera. The stereographer has a couple of 47" passive 3D screens for on set checking.
"Which is Witch?" will be seen on Nickelodeon in 2013. Watch the trailer here under.
Which is Witch Trailer (in 2D)
Jack Hooper fancies himself as the next big thing, on his way to Pop stardom. But right now he’s just another 16-year-old with big dreams struggling to survive High School. That is, until a young Witch and a teenage Fairy come crashing into his life!
Which is Witch is shot at Pôle Image de Liège, a 1,300 square meters studio with 65 days of shooting and a 1.5M€ budget.