Best of #Stroud films from February 2018

Posted on 28. Feb, 2018 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Stroud Community TV Awards 2017; our community recorded and celebrated

It looks like it could be standing room only if you get there late! Saturday 17th March at Lansdown Hall – all welcomed – free entry – doors open 7.00pm, event starts 7.30pm and the bar will be open with cafe-style tables. We hope to finish at 10pm. The Awards evening is a wonderful celebration of local talent, beauty, quirkiness and more of the Five Valleys. The evening, which is part of the Fourth Stroud Film Festival, will include winning short films and local filmmakers sharing thoughts.

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The film advertising the film Festival – already going viral:

Transition Stroud had their 8th Potato Day with Down to Earth:

Jonathan Brough revisits skiing after being paralysed from the neck down:

The funky Boss Morris at Stroud Wassail:

Robyn Pete film ‘my life in the sky’:

Great series of films looking at ‘Liedentity’. The Diocese of Gloucester write asked teenagers how image-first social media made them feel:

Other films include a look at HRH visiting the canal, Junior Doctor on NHS SubCo protest, skateboarding, Pamper Parties, Ruscombe Chapel and the start of community groups thinking about how it might be used, a trailer for elephant conservation film, suicide awareness film, Slimbridge WWT updates, How to Build a Birdbox, Duchenne Dash charity race, recipes for pancakes, Vegan Chocolate cake and Fajitas from Forest Green Rovers Access Bike mini-bike racing, showreel from Stroud’s MMOuk, Neil Carmichael at National Federation of Builders Annual Conference, Ecotricity and RSPB partnership and lots from both Molly Scott Cato MEP and David Drew MP.


Kuhl’s Holy, Holy, Holy from launch of their album in Stroud before Christmas;

Emily Barker on tour in Germany:

Cas Greenfield’s Blue Remembered Hills:

Mermaid Chunky Showreel:

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

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Director and Co-Founder of Stroud Community TV

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