I Can’t Go To School Today wins a BAFTA

Posted on 21st November, by mosaicfilms in News. No Comments

Schools BAFTA20th November 2016: Mosaic Films is delighted to announce that I Can’t Go To School Today won a BAFTA Children’s Award at last night’s ceremony.

I Can’t Go To School Today is a series of short animated documentaries portraying the experiences of young people living with illness, told by the children themselves.

The series won in the Primary Learning category. We would like to thank all the children who shared their stories with us and made these films possible.

Watch the series on BBC Bitesize.

Produced by Andy Glynne and Molly Bond
Directed by Andy Glynne, Nandita Jain and Salvador Maldonado

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