Film highlights from November 2013: our monthly newsletter

Posted on 01. Dec, 2013 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Here we are again with some film highlights from the last month….


‘I Will Tell You Something of My Own’; art tackling stigma around dementia. Starts from 3rd December at Lansdown. This film meets Helen Gregory and Benita Johnson, two of the key contributors to the project, ‘I Will Tell You Something of My Own’:

‘Bouncers’ will be at the Cotswold Playhouse from this Wednesday: here’s a taster:

The big career event organised by Stroud District Council and South Gloucestershire and Stroud College took place on 6th November at Stratford Park Leisure Centre. Over 1,000 13 and 14 year olds attended the interactive day with 57 businesses and stalls with some 20 Universities also represented. In the evening over 500 people including many older children and parents attended to hear more about possible jobs. There is a 2 minute taster plus a 30 minute film meeting many of the stall holders:

Manufacturing: Cotswold TV made this short film of the 2nd Stroud Festival of Manufacturing and Engineering opened on 11th Nov 13:

Stone Soup! This film is the short to help publicise 5 other new films about community building:

New community website – a great animation to tell us about the You’re Welcome’ website – a free space where anyone can share their thoughts, passions, ideas, and meet like-minded people and groups in Gloucestershire:

A beautiful video of the Stroud Canal at Wallbridge and Capal Mill by Annie Blick:

Slimbridge have started a new weekly news from the Wildfowl Wetland Trust – already two episodes uploaded:

Uranium Mining: Roger Moody is interviewed in this film about uranium mining ahead of a talk he gave in Stroud organised by Stroud District Green Party:

Other films include…. a film about a ‘3Doodler’ for personalised info at museums, Halloween at Woodchester Mansion, volunteering at Meningitis Now, the regular weekly Glos Deaf Assoc newsletters,  David Drew on post offices, Stroud Saddlery shop, Goodwill evening 2011 (don’t forget Stroud Goodwill this Friday!), a video message to the climate change talks by local Green, Hate Crime in Gloucestershire and Glos Voices celebrating Black History Month.


On Saturday the 16th November 2013 Ceilidh-Jo launched two new children’s albums at The Star Anise Cafe – here is a taster:

Jay Ramsay reading his poetry, accompanied by Herewood Gabriel on various instruments:

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

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