Latest newsletter; July #Stroud film highlights

Posted on 05. Aug, 2017 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Here’s our latest newsletter with all the films that were good in the last month in Stroud.  We will keep adding films but our next newsletter won’t be until the end of September. This summer we will also be looking at next steps for Stroud Community TV; our website is in need of updating or should we move to YouTube or Facebook? Your thoughts welcomed.


We’ve added lots of films from the amazing Sacred Music Festival. What an extraordinary line up and two days! Here’s the 3 min taster:

You can also see a 15 min taster of the Festival, a film about the workshops, the food, Bishop Rachel’s opening speech and interviews and/or clips of all the musicians and the Egyptian Dance:

Excellent inspiring film about eco-renovation from Transition Stroud:

Javelin Park; what is all the fuss about? See Jojo at:

Whiteshill and Ruscombe Party on the Playing Field:

Nailsworth’s Asparagasum:

Cotswold Canals update:

Can you support this local film with Joe Magee, Zebrafish, Keith Allen and Sean Gleeson:

Other films include Slimbridge’s Wildwatch monthly films, Simon Pickering on bees, a clip of Stroud Show, Magician Colin Dymond, Maggie and Noella on abstract art, Hitachi Class 800HST test train in Stroud, Pip Heywood reading from his book, Molly Scott Cato MEP, David Michael the Human Kangaroo, Forest Green Rovers (incl interviews with Keith Allen and Dale Vince) and comedy ‘Home Vasectomy’ by Stonehouse and Stroud Video Unit.


FOR almost four years Copywrong Films has been working with over 100 Stroud residents to create a tv series based in the district:

You can catch the episodes here:

Stroud film maker Guy Davies and 30-strong production team begin filming in town centre:


Loads of the Sacred Music Festival musicians and music at:

The very wonderful Leveret:

Sophronie at The Albert:

WE ARE ON TWITTER: Do sign up; we tweet films added to Stroud Community TV @StroudTV

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AWARDS 2017: See nominations and winners:

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

About Philip

Director and Co-Founder of Stroud Community TV

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