Hey huns!

As you know, we're entering a 2nd (long overdue) lockdown tomorrow which means that sadly we will not be able to gather in person during this year's festival. We'd love to embrace you all! But we'll just have to wait a bit longer.

Fear not: all films in the programme remain available, and all tickets remain valid.

A summary of our changes:

- All of our virtual hub programme remains the same. Much of this can be attended with a day pass, other than the Love Hub and Literary events, and Breakfast TV, which must all be booked separately.

- Films at the RIO:
No Hard Feelings will screen at the scheduled time via the Rio Cinema Player. 
All other films will be available on the Rio Cinema Player, please check the '2020 Programme' listings for precise details
Tickets are still sold through the Rio Cinema, but through their Player site (find this by clicking the booking links on our site).

- Films at the Barbican:
All films will be available via Barbican Cinema On Demand. All tickets remain valid.
The Cocoon Q&A will still occur live.
Films are now available to view from 10am on Wed 11 November.

- Films at the Genesis:
Bloodsisters will be streamed online by ourselves at the scheduled time.
Closing night film Alice Junior has been pushed back to 8.30pm on Monday 16 Nov (That's right - another day of Fringe! fun)
Tickets managed by Genesis still, and all tickets remain valid.

- Films at The Castle Cinema:
Morgana will be streamed by us at the scheduled time. 
March For Dignity will move to 6.30pm on Monday and will be streamed by us.

All ticket holders will be sent their updated info by the end of the day, but do get in touch with us on hi@fringefilmfest.com if you have queeries. Venues will be managing refunds, but please bear in mind that they will be very busy!

Thanks for supporting your local queers and your local indie cinemas <3 

Enjoy this programme - you deserve it! 

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