The Audience Award goes to the film with the most nominations by viewers. It is won by Philip Booth, who helped set up Stroud Community TV and captures some of the voices, stalls, procession and music at the Stroud Goodwill Evening 2012.
Original description: The procession plus some of the stalls and people that make it such a wonderful community event. It really is just a taster that tries to capture the lights, sounds, tastes and all. Big thanks to all the organisers and particularly those organisations and businesses that participated with free mince pies, mulled wine and lots of goodwill! Film and edit by Philip Booth.
Philip Booth added: “I’m not really a film maker but I like capturing some of the voices and enthusiasm of people and projects that make our communities tick; we get loads of terrible news in the media and it is great instead to share some of the positive events, fun, successes, people coming together to make changes and more that is going on everyday around us.”
See more about the Community Kitchen project mentioned in this film at: http://stroudcommunity.tv/new-community-kitchen-raising-money-at-goodwill-evening/
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See Stroud Goodwill Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/StroudGoodwillEvening