GSFF20 Online Day 5 Sunday Funday Extra: A Whale's Tale + Sunday

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We couldn't let the #GSFF20online mini-fest pass by without representing one of our most popular annual programmes, the Sunday morning Family Shorts. This year the screening was to be followed by free drop-in animation and fake news workshops led by Kate Burton and Duncan Cowles, as well as delicious child-friendly vegan food courtesy of Gloss Canteen, and family-friendly tunes from DJ Ronan Leonard and live music from Robert Sotelo and Mercuro-Chrome.

We're acutely aware of the pressures on parents now that the schools have closed, and in the coming days and weeks we're planning to build an online resource of free-to-view animations from around the world, suitable for all ages. Watch this space, and sign up to our newsletter for updates.

In the meantime, enjoy Mothers Day with these two delights drawn from this morning's programme, A Whale's Tale by Giovanna Utichi and Robin Celebi, and Sunday by Neil Stubbings.


Donations welcome!

Rescheduling GSFF20 in August inevitably incurs costs we hadn't budgeted for. Any contribution you are able to offer will make a massive difference for a small arts charity. Thank you! 

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