Latest newsletter with #Stroud film highlights from January

Posted on 02. Feb, 2018 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Stroud Community TV Awards 2017; our community recorded and celebrated 

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. Finish at 10pm.

As a regular subscriber to our newsletter we hope you might join us for the evening. 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.

Local filmmaker Jimmy Edmonds perhaps best sums it up when he writes of a previous Awards evening: “There was no red carpet and no tuxedos, no massed ranks of photographers and no star spotters – neither was there a big name celebrity to clutch a golden statue to her breast before revealing the winner. But what there was, was pure Stroud……The audience fed on…small but intense delicacies with enthusiasm and true appreciation of the ability of film and video to reach the parts that bigger movies might not – a community recorded and represented in its own way, unmediated by any need to make a profit or sell an idea.”

See more at:

Stroud Film Festival – new website launched

As in previous years we’ve joined the Festival team (see left) and our Community TV Awards evening is very much a key feature of the programme The website has been put together by the wonderful team at Good On Paper:


Great video of Stroud’s quite extraordinary Morris Dancers – Boss Morris:

Campaign videos this month include two from Ecotricity on fracking, David Drew on Carillion, Molly Scott Cato in Brussels and Greenpeace in Stroud:

Three films added recently re developments on the canal:

Four films about Food and Drink; two publicising Veganuary:

Stroud Wassail procession:

Did you miss Stroud’s steampunk film:

Trailer for feature length film made in Stroud – coming soon – and on 17th March Awards evening you can hear more about this:

Three films from the Stonehouse and Stroud Video Unit including this one:

Other films include Holocoast Day in Stroud, Ecotricity supporting RSPB Birdwatch, The Affirming Life Trust, Slimbridge WWT and their monthly update, David Drew on NHS and house building, magician Colin Dymond, a Rush scooter tutorial and a great time-lapse of road building in Horsley.


Don’t miss this one ‘Stroud’ by The Uplifter:

And one of my favourites re-issued by Cas Greenfield:

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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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