Latest newsletter: film highlights from April 2016

Posted on 02. May, 2016 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Another month with lots of lovely Stroud films….you can browse them all at:

CALLING FILMMAKERS? Ryan Devine writes: ‘I was wondering if at some point you would mention via a tweet and/or FB post that I am interested in meeting locals to collaborate with, looking for actors and folk interested in production (lighting, sound etc) no experience is necessary, just a keen interest and up for having a laugh whilst working on fun projects’. If interested see more at:


Find out more about Stroud’s Surplus Food Cafe:

Voices of volunteers and more from the canal towpath:

Stroud Valleys Project film by Omnitrack:

Nailsworth Junior Doctor speaks out:

The Golden Rule of Tax Disobedience is considered:

Stroud’s Ian Redmond was at the site interviewing people when the ivory was burnt this week in Kenya:

Great poem from local author John Dougherty about Hillsborough:

MollyLots of films from Molly Scott Cato MEP updating us on her work incl Panama Papers, Corporate power and more:

BohlAnn Margreth-Bohl and her art under the old Millets shop:

Slimbridge WWT’s monthly update:

The Heavens in Stroud: and Bluebells in Standish woods:

‘I crave art’ poem to help us think about doing what we love to do:

See details of the Community R4C share offer and Jeremy Irons talking about this next step to stop the incinerator:

Other films include films of Stroud, Slad Valley and others from the air, Rush Skate Park tutorials, lots of highlights from Forest Green Rovers, a 360 degrees film (yes you can move view and see all around during the film), more updates on the canal, May Mayhem fundraiser for Meningitis Now, SVA at the Goods Shed and in streets of Stroud with a sheep (?!), Skylarks choir, snowing in April and brief interview with the guy who gave the Demystifying Global Warming talk.


Saskia Griffiths-Moore and her sister with how to sing ‘No Hay Que Temer’:

_9117963Last year’s Sacred Music Festival:

Some of The Convent artists sing Purple Rain in memory of Prince:

Other music highlights include some great music from The Convent, Emily Barker, more from Saskia, Steve Ferbache at the Ale House, Lewis Dickinson on guitar, Hattie Briggs and Solomento at The Woolpack.


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

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One Response to “Latest newsletter: film highlights from April 2016”

  1. Ryan

    04. May, 2016

    Hi and thanks for including my post in the newsletter!

    Just to let anyone who might be interested know, I am also interested in meeting local aspiring actors/actresses, experienced or not, you only gain experience by having an experience so don’t be shy, drop me a message via email or through my fb page by searching ‘’ in the Facebook search bar! Anyone interested in recording, lighting, camerawork etc please get in touch, could be fun!

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