Highlights from Stroud Community TV in July 2015

Posted on 31. Jul, 2015 by in Featured, Newsletters

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STROUD COMMUNITY TV  NEWSLETTER 31st July 2015

Here’s this month’s highlights; a particularly bountiful month of music videos – enjoy!

FEATURED FILMS THIS MONTH:

stall 1(1)Transition Stroud’s Edible Open Gardens weekend was an opportunity for members of the public to visit gardens in and around Stroud where food is grown, meet the gardeners and get inspired to grow their own: http://stroudcommunity.tv/edible-gardens-2015/

New 25 minute film on Randwick’s attempt to beat world record for longest bunting: http://stroudcommunity.tv/randwick-bunting-record1/

D5Just available: a film by Jimmy Edmonds covering the opening of the Hard Rain exhibition in Stratford Park, Stroud in April 2009. The exhibition puts together images collected by international photographer Mark Edwards and words from Bob Dylan’s classic song ‘Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’: http://stroudcommunity.tv/hard-rain-in-stroud/

Another look at Fresh Ground cafe in Cainscross: http://stroudcommunity.tv/freshground/

Noella Usborne logging about being in the Young Green Britain Debate at Womad: http://stroudcommunity.tv/noella-vlogs-coffee-and-debate/

Other films include Forest Green Rovers with match highlights, Civil Registration Reform in Nigeria, Molly Scott Cato MEP talking at EU re TTIP, Slimbridge WWT with their flamingo hatching success, John Clare poem, Ecotricity’s first windmill from above, Stroud’s Rush Skate Park at Gloucester Cathedral, local Business Awards, and how to make the Stroud Stew!

MUSIC VIDS THIS MONTH:

Clear Conscience is Kally Hefferman-Jockel, Saskia Owen, Sam Judd, Immie Harrison and Rory Thomas-Lawton – and they are new with a great video and very very worth a listen: http://stroudcommunity.tv/clear-conscience-yellow/

Stroud-based Saskia Griffiths-Moore  with ‘The Water is Wide’: http://stroudcommunity.tv/water-is-wide-saskia/

BodyCStroud’s electronic duo ‘Body Clocks’ (photo left): http://stroudcommunity.tv/body-clocks-goods-shed/

Emily Barker and The Toerag Sessions: http://stroudcommunity.tv/emily-barker-toerag/

Ruth Royall with Mercy: http://stroudcommunity.tv/ruth-royall-mercy/

Other music highlights include dance track ‘Uber’ by Kuhl (now living in Stroud), Stroud’s Emily Hawker with a great original song, Stroud’s Four Mile House at The Albert, Stroud’s punk band Chinese Burn, a new video of Casimir Greenfield’s Immortals, Ruth Royall and various great music videos from The Convent venue including Cara Dillon, Ciaran Lavery, Paper Aeroplanes and Larkin Poe.

‘DON’T GO NEAR THE WATER’: Julian Jones of Water21 based near Stroud co-presented, produced, and co-funded the BBC programme Don’t Go Near the Water with the late singer Kirsty MacColl in June 1991, and built the UK’s first full domestic sustainable urban drainage system (SUDS—rainwater, grey-water and sewage water recycling system) for the purpose. The team who built the SUDS are all Stroudies: http://www.water21.org.uk/1664/dont-go-near-the-water-1991/

NEED A FILMMAKER? Well a new website aims to list film and photographers. If you are a local film or photography business then why not sign up for £20 per year. Here’s Stroud’s listings: http://www.peepden.com/?st=listing&ls=&location=stroud

IMG_0413STROUD NEWS & JOURNAL: kindly printed our AGM report in their community pages. It included a recent comment from a viewer who gets this newsletter: “I just want to say what a brilliant initiative this is. I have subscribed to your news for a few years now and always appreciate the content. I can see what’s going on in the area without having to go to everything!”
THE GOOD GRIEF PROJECT: Beyond Goodbye Media are proud and very excited to announce that Stroud based filmmaker Jimmy Edmonds has received a travel fellowship from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust for THE GOOD GRIEF PROJECT. In August this year he and his partner Jane Harris will embark on a road trip across the USA and Mexico, producing a documentary film along the way.   Good Grief is about how bereaved parents are finding new, creative and (some may say) healthier ways of grieving for a son or daughter who has died: ‘We live in a culture where grief dare not speak it’s name,’ says Jane,  ‘it often feels uncomfortable and quite disturbing if we bring Josh into the conversation. People are afraid to mention him in case it brings back unpleasant memories.   But actually the opposite is true – the more we talk about Josh, the easier it is for us to acknowledge our grief and to see it as an opportunity for growth and a better understanding of the world.’ See more at: http://beyondgoodbye.co.uk/?page_id=6126

‘UNLAWFUL KILLING’: Princess Diana Banned Documentary 2011 by Stroud’s Keith Allen. This was apparently the film that the royal family  blocked from release and was uploaded to YouTube earlier this year. It is about the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997. It was financed by Mohamed Al-Fayed and Associated-Rediffusion and shown in Cannes while the 2011 Cannes Film Festival was in progress. As a film made by a prominent local we’ve added the link here for folks to visit: https://youtu.be/T-c1ouaehwg

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One of Russ’ quirky cartoons

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Stroud Community TV is supported by Transition Stroud. Newsletter by Philip Booth, Director, Stroud Community TV

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