Highlander III: The Final Dimension


1h 39m 1995

Brief Synopsis

It's 1994, and Conner MacLeod must battle Kane the Magician, who is a master illusionist seeking to rule the world. While searching for Kane, MacLeod meets Alex Smith, a research scientist from the Museum of Ancient History who is also on Kane's trail. They learn that Kane was buried beneath a mysti

Film Details

Also Known As
Highlander 3: The Magician, Highlander III: The Sorcerer
Release Date
1995
Production Company
Iac Films; Lumiere Productions; Transfilm
Distribution Company
Dimension Films; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Miramax Home Entertainment
Location
Morocco; New York City, New York, USA; Northern France; Montreal, Quebec, Canada; London, England, United Kingdom; Chile; Baires Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Paris, France; Scotland, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Synopsis

It's 1994, and Conner MacLeod must battle Kane the Magician, who is a master illusionist seeking to rule the world. While searching for Kane, MacLeod meets Alex Smith, a research scientist from the Museum of Ancient History who is also on Kane's trail. They learn that Kane was buried beneath a mystical mountain over 300 years ago along with three other immortal warriors. With this knowledge, MacLeod returns to Scotland and rebuilds his old sword to prepare for his destiny.

Crew

Gilles Aird

Production Designer

Mark Alchin

Additional Editing

Eric Altmayer

Co-Producer

France Boudreau

Script Supervisor

Mychele Boudrias

Line Producer

Jackie Budin

Costume Designer

Charle Carter

Special Effects Makeup Artist

Jean Cazes

Co-Producer

Steve Chivers

Director Of Photography

Steve Chivers

Dp/Cinematographer

Guy Collins

Executive Producer

Francoise Combardiere

Casting (France)

Louis Craig

Special Effects Supervisor (Canadian)

James Daly

Co-Producer

Catherine Dawe

Location Manager

Stephan Dupuis

Special Effects Makeup Artist

Larry Ferguson

Screenwriter

Stuart Galloway

Director Of Photography (Director Of Pho)

Stuart Galloway

Visual Special Effects Supervisor

Stuart Galloway

Dp/Cinematographer

Pedro B. Gandol

1st Assistant Director

Claude Hazanavicius

Sound

Warren Hewlett

Action Crew Director

George Jardon

Post-Production Supervisor

Brian Johnson

Visual Effects Supervisor

Stephen Key

Associate Producer

Wolf Kroeger

Production Designer

Yves Langlois

Film Editor

Didier Lavergne

Makeup Artist

Claude Leger

Producer

Monique Mallette

Publicist

David Mckeown

Stunt Coordinator

Vera Miller

Casting

Brad Mirman

Story By

Brad Mirman

From Story

Ben Morahan

Production Designer

Paul Ohl

Screenwriter

William N Panzer

From Story

William N Panzer

Story By

Peter Robinson

Music

Nadia Rona

Casting

Takashi Seida

Still Photographer

Charles L Smiley

Executive Producer

Brett Sullivan

Additional Editing

Francois Sylvestre

Production Manager

Gregory Widen

Characters As Source Material

Adrian Wild

Director Of Photography (2nd Unit)

Adrian Wild

Dp/Cinematographer

Film Details

Also Known As
Highlander 3: The Magician, Highlander III: The Sorcerer
Release Date
1995
Production Company
Iac Films; Lumiere Productions; Transfilm
Distribution Company
Dimension Films; Entertainment Film Distributors, Ltd.; Miramax Home Entertainment
Location
Morocco; New York City, New York, USA; Northern France; Montreal, Quebec, Canada; London, England, United Kingdom; Chile; Baires Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Paris, France; Scotland, United Kingdom

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 39m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video May 16, 1995

Released in United States Winter January 27, 1995

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica February 28 - March 8, 1991.

After February 28, reduced-unit photography takes place in France and Morocco through late March.

Film was recut and original footage added in Hemdale's January 31, 1995 video release re-titled "Highlander II: The Director's Cut."

Formerly distributed by Columbia TriStar Home Video.

Some additional photography took place December 22 & 23.

Debut theatrical release for Interstar Releasing.

Released in United States Winter January 27, 1995

Released in United States on Video May 16, 1995

Began shooting January 9, 1994.

Began shooting March 1, 1990.

Completed shooting February 28, 1994.

Completed shooting May 25, 1990.

One day of shooting, November 29, took place before the start of principal photography.

Production was suspended April 25 1990, in memory of an Argentine worker who was killed in a fall while building sets.

Sean Connery reportedly received $3,000,000 for 10 days of shooting.

Dimension Films is the genre film division of Miramax Films.