March newsletter; highlights of the month

Posted on 31. Mar, 2017 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Philip Booth with Business winner, Swarez


What a bit of magic!! Our Awards evening was so much fun! Big big thanks to all those who made our Awards evening such a success; it really was a great evening that made us all recognise again how special it is to live in Stroud. You can see loads of photos, plus the winning and nominated films, lists of our judges and scroll to the bottom for loads of comments by those who attended the evening:

Meanwhile this month below we have seen an explosion of music videos; not sure why so many this month but some great watches – enjoy!


Great Fringe promo film:

St Bride of Iona – Carving the oak Binding for the Book ‘St Bride of Iona’ by Greg Tricker:

Slimbridge WWT with their March highlights:

March for Europe:

Fresh Ground Cafe:

Molly Scott Cato MEP’s reaction to Brexit:

Other films include the NHS demonstration in London, Good Energy celebrating International Women’s Day, adverts for the Stroud Film Festival that has now finished, UKIP and Green Party County Council candidates, a lecture on the ‘Duty to Disobey’, the Upton Downton Mystery in there parts, an audio diary walking up Juniper Hill near Painswick, advert for Hawkwoods’ Seed Festival and Gatcombe Horse trials.


Emily Barker with great new video about the extraordinary Sister Rosetta Thorpe:

And a wonderful must see video about a love story:

Lensmen with Diving Bell and a lovely video:

Stroud singer Blythe Pepino  with Vault’s album ‘Caught In Still Life’ :

Stroud’s Chinese Burn with Defending Stalingrad:

Barafundle by Cas Greenfield – ‘homage to the most beautiful place in the world’:

How Can I live in a Nation So Divided by James Milroy:

Jazz and funk on with Lewis Dickinson:

Other music highlights include Mermaid Chunky and Black Canvas whose music played at the beginning of the Stroud Community TV Awards evening.


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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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