Film highlights from June: 16th newsletter of Stroud Community TV

Posted on 30. Jun, 2013 by in Featured, Newsletters

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The fisherman was one of 5 characters created for the River Severn project for Gloucestershire Archives. In this film we see Stroud’s John Bassett:

A great little film capturing artist Laurie Plant at work on a large scale mural comissioned by Wycliffe College near Stonehouse:

Short film meeting Natasha Houseago on her sculpture residency in Stratford Park in May and film of the sculpture now in place:

Other films include how to make transfer paper, the enw Laurie Lee nature reserve being opened, Rococo Gardens on planting leeks and one about rhubarb crumble, Beth Whittaker on what a LEP Ambassador is, a couple of steam train films, the weekly BSL newsletter from Glos Deaf Assoc.


The amazing Katey Brooks at The LockKeepers:

Other music highlights the wonderful Ganda Boys on Stroud FM, last years Beatles 50th anniversary concert in the Sub Rooms, Cagey Bees, Smith and Jones, Fit Les’ Olympic anthem from last year, and Stroud Morris in Nailsworth.


Gloucestershire Showcase film festival saw a Documentary film by Ethan Russell selected as winner – watch it on:
The Festival will also become called The Out Of Site Film Festival. 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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