Our Eighth newsletter: 2nd November 2012

Posted on 03. Nov, 2012 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Jonathan Brough, 24, lives in Minchinhampton, here’s his film: ‘An Uncertain Situation’;

Do vote for Stroud’s food hero:

FEATURED FILMS: This month includes disability and the media, the victory for NHS campaigners in Glos, Rococo Gardens’ tips, poems from Robin Collins, the Nailsworth Ladder 2009, dance, the badger cull, Jubilant stories from the Salvation Army and Stroud woods.

MUSIC: This month sees films from great local band Hot Feet, poet Dennis Gould’s 75th Birthday party of poetry and music, Boxcar Aldous Huxley, Strings Trio Tritette, Cadbury Sisters and Patsy Gamble’s new cd.

YOUNG FILMS MAKERS FESTIVAL: Stroud Arts Festival and SVA are sponsoring The Fourth Annual Young Film Makers Showcase in 2013. The call is out for any film makers, under 25, to submit their short films – five minutes max – on any theme or genre they choose – drama, documentary, animated, even short clips made on mobile phones. The films will be screened at SVA, John Street, Stroud as part of the 2013 Site Festival during May (date to be fixed). Send or drop off the film you would like shown with a short bio to: Film Showcase SVA, John Street, Stroud, GL5 2HA  by April 30th. For more info contact George Richards sound.advice@virgin.net

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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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