Father Christmas

Father Christmas
Father Christmas




26 minutes


Animation, Family, Short Films



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What does Father Christmas do for the rest of the year? Well, like most of us he likes to go on holiday. But where can you go when you have the most famous face in the world, miss your home comforts, do not take kindly to local cuisine and are just a little bit grumpy? Adapting his trusty sleigh – and leaving his reindeers at home – Father Christmas takes in France, Scotland and Las Vegas, before returning home to deal with a lot of post as he gears up for his busiest night of the year. This enchanting festive classic, based on illustrator Raymond Briggs’ much-loved books, is the perfect winter warmer to get you in the mood for another Christmas!


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