Film highlights from April 2015: our monthly newsletter

Posted on 03. May, 2015 by in Featured, Newsletters

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We’ve added 65 films in the last month! We won’t list them all just some of the films we think deserve more attention!

For our Awards evening in March and winners go to:


BubbleBubble Footy Fun; is this real??!!

Ethemia‘Ethemia’ perform ‘Special Sofa Sessions’ which involves them going to people’s homes who can’t otherwise make it to their gigs due to illness or disability. See more at:

The new mushroom farm in Merrywalks:

AutosBeautiful semi-documentary about the feelings and difficulties of being on the Autistic Spectrum disorder:

Election this Thursday; browse various films from our local politicians including hustings:

BusThe Human Face of Transport; residents raising issues with Council, bus companies and more and getting things improved:

A bumper month of music; lots from the Convent but also don’t miss Sarana Verlin (Stroud’s Americana Festival coming soon), the Raga Babas with news of Stroud’s First Sacred Music Festival plus Casimir Greenfield’s new tracks, Ruth Royall, Hattie Briggs, Vena Portae and more;

News from Forest Green Rovers plus best goals of season:

A fantastic shot of a fox chasing some brave Canada geese:

11034306_637783839657235_6929026763794309717_nLast day today at Lansdown Gallery for ‘Timeless’ black and white photography exhibition; virtual exhibition available here:

Kyran Young goes walking for Gorillas:

Canal trip on Stroudwater? See more:

jetPlus award winning jetpacks for kids, magician Colin Dymond, a postcard from Venice, Martin Hancox on badgers, Rococo’s new bluebell walk in Painswick and loads more!

NATIONAL FILM COMPETITION: Every town, city, village and suburb up and down the UK is different; made up of a unique assortment of people, streets, buildings, landscapes, amenities, traditions and things to see and do. Love Living In, will shine a spotlight on what it is that makes the place people call home special. Love Living In is open to everyone across the UK. They are asking people to create a short film, no more than three minutes long, that demonstrates what you love about where you live and you could win a prize of up to £1,000 for yourself plus £1,000 for a local cause or community group* of your choice.See more at:


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

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