Our monthly newsletter: highlights from January 2016

Posted on 04. Feb, 2016 by in Featured, Newsletters

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awards-title-bannerSTROUD COMMUNITY TV  NEWSLETTER 4th Feb 2016

Well folks the public’s nominations for best Stroud films of last year have closed. The lists of films in each category are now with our team of local judges. We hope to start listing the nominations in each category over the coming couple of weeks but you will have to wait until Awards Night on 9th March at the Crown and Sceptre to hear who are the winners. This year Winners will get a unique Stroud Community TV ‘Oscar’! See more at: https://stroudcommunity.tv/awards-2015/

Meanwhile the deadline is Monday for youth films to be a part of Stroud’s Film Festival: https://stroudcommunity.tv/young-film-makers-festival/


‘Oscar’ in production at a secret location in Stroud

Thanks to Faye Hatcher on BBC Radio Glos, the Stroud News and Journal and Stroud Life for publicising the Awards – and especially Stroud’s wonderful monthly listings ‘Good On Paper’ for a blog on the awards: http://www.goodonpaper.info/film/2016/1/11/stroud-community-tv-awards-2015-by-philip-booth


NHS MolloyWhy are junior doctors striking? See this: https://stroudcommunity.tv/junior-doctors-striking/

Lots of Green MEP Molly Scott Cato this month; start with Molly on Farage then click on the tags to see more in that category: https://stroudcommunity.tv/molly-on-farage/

Very watchable film about Forest Green Rovers and it’s ‘green’ credentials: https://stroudcommunity.tv/fgr-greatest-team/

An interesting recreation of the Brimscombe Banker: https://stroudcommunity.tv/brimscombe-banker-virtual/

FGROther films include Stroud Wassail Song, plenty more of highlights from Forest Green Rovers matches, Ross Domanski giving a tutorial at Rush Skate park, a young guy’s guide on how to be happy and how to achieve your goals and Wildwatch for January at Slimbridge WWT.


Here’s a Stroud duo set to go far – Lewis and Dav playing an original composition called Libson’s Funk https://stroudcommunity.tv/lewis-dav-libsons-funk/

And don’t miss Stroud’s Square Bomb in the kitchen: https://stroudcommunity.tv/sq-bomb-kitchen/

Other music highlights include the wonderful Saskia Griffiths-Moore, newish to Youtube Stroud’s Mattie James plus Naked Voices farewell concert in 2009 with a Bowie track.

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

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