Fizzy Finn – Primary School Film

Fizzy Finn – on film for Primary Schools

Nov 22 – Jan 8

Many young children have found recent lockdowns and absences from friends and family very stressful, causing anxieties they find hard to articulate.  Riding Lights has created this wonderfully insightful Christmas show to address some of these problems in a gentle, fun way.  Through the character of Finn and his discovery of Tink the cobbler and her amazing story-telling Shoe Shop, we jump right into tales of bravery, fear and finding your feet in a stormy world.

Episode 1 – Tink the Cobbler’s Story Shop
Confused and anxious, Fizzy Finn arrives on Christmas Eve, escaping from a thunderstorm that has been chasing him for weeks. After advising him to ‘Blotzsh the Glim’, Tink hopes he will learn from the surprising story of poor Suzy Pettiskew.

Episode 2 – Barney Box and the Expanding Dog
Crackling electricity from the storm outside keeps Finn sheltering in the shop. He gets caught up in the world of Barney Box and his Expanding Dog – a problem which grows bigger and bigger, the longer Barney tries to keep it secret.

Episode 3 – Fizzy Finn Finds His Feet
We discover that Tink, too, has a remarkable shoe story of her own to tell and sharing it with Finn gives courage to them both. Finn finds his feet as he begins to understand why, this year, the prospect of having ‘two Christmases’ has been making him feel so strangely ‘fizzy’.

Schools streaming the show will be given free online access to the support materials

The show lasts approximately 45 minutes and can be viewed in three episodes if preferred.

 

Streaming costs from November 22nd

Under 50 pupils   £50 +VAT

51-100 pupils      £100 + VAT

100-200 pupils    £150+VAT

200+ pupils        £200 + VAT

 

Technical

You will be allowed access to the videos on 22 November and guidelines for distribution/use, subject to a fee and licence agreement being returned to Riding Lights.

Your licence will allow you access until 8 January 2022.

 

BOOK HERE to meet Fizzy Finn and the curious cobbler on film